Two key suspects in the murder of social worker Maria Nagirinya and her driver, Ronald Kitayimbwa, have been sentenced to life imprisonment.
The court has ordered former shoe hawkers Mr. Kasolo Coporiyamu, alias Arsenal, and Lubega Johnson, alias Manomano, to spend the rest of their lives in prison in connection with the murder of Nagirinya.
Apparently, the judge ruled that the duo were the master planners of the kidnapping and double murder of Nagirinya and Kitayimbwa and that they have not been remorseful throughout the trial.
Three other boda boda riders—Hassan Kiseeka, Mpanga Sharif, and Kalyango Nasif—were each ordered to spend 30 years in prison on the grounds that they did not actively participate in the double murder.
However, Justice Isaac Muwata has today ruled that the evidence of 23 prosecution witnesses led by state attorneys, Jonathan Muwaganya and Timothy Amerit, has proved beyond reasonable doubt that the five, with malice aforethought, on August 29, 2019 at Nabisasiro Zone in Lungujja, Kampala, kidnapped Nagirinya and Kitayimbwa, murdered them, and dumped their bodies at Nakitutuli Swamp in Mukono district.
In conclusion, the five are all self-confessed members of a notorious gang called B-13 that terrorized and snatched women’s bags at Nateete traffic lights.
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