The prosecution told the General Court Martial yesterday that it has adduced enough evidence to pin Abdallah Kitatta, the 2010 Boda Boda patron on charges of unlawful possession of firearms
Maj Raphael Mugisha told court that the testimonies so far clearly point out that Kitatta has a case to answer.
“All the ingredients of the offence have been proved by evidence on record and the testimonies of the witnesses are consistent, truthful and have been credible. The submission by the counsel for the accused that the accused persons have no case to answer is misconceived and based on misdirection, speculation and not on principles of evidence and the application should be dismissed. We pray that you find the accused with a case to answer and be put to their defence. We so pray’,” Mugisha said.
Kitatta and 12 others face five counts relating to unlawful possession of firearms, ammunition and military gear.
The General Court Martial Chairman Lt. Gen. Andrew Guti adjourned the case to December 11 2018.