Pine Car bond proprietor Mohammed Sebuwufu and nine other suspects have today appeared in court on charges of causing death to businesswoman Donah Betty Katushabe.
According to the deceased’s lawyer, one Tumusiime of Tumwebaze and Atugonza Advocates, he saw Sebuwufu kicking Ms. Katushabe on the breasts and in her genitals.
According to the lawyer, this was after his client called him on October 21, 2015 to come to her rescue from the Pine Car bond at Lumumba Avenue where she was illegally being held.
Tumusiime further told court that he was led to see Katushabe by Sebuwufu, who warned her of death if she didn’t pay a debt of Shs9 million, owed to the businessman. The next day, Tumusiime told court, he received information that Katushabe had died.
Sebuwufu’s arraignment before court comes hot on the heels of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) clearing Aaron Baguma, a former District Police Commander at Central Poilce Station (CPS) of charges linking him to the gruesome murder of Katushabe.
Last week High Court Judge Flavia Anglin Senoga threatened to cancel Sebuwufu’s bail after his lawyer sought an adjournment.