Mwanga II Magistrate court, Mengo has set July 20 as the last day to hear the case against Hebert Solomon Kaddu accused of trying to attack Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira at the altar.
With the aid of Reuben Wasswa Luwagga an official in Namirembe cathedral, Hebert Solomon Kaddu was arrested by police, however his relatives claime that Kaddu had a mental problem and had no intention to annoy or inflict harm on the clergy.
He was examined and produced before Grade One Magistrate Julius Mwesigye and charged with threatening violence against Bishop Luwalira and Rev. Canon Benon Kityo the dean of Namirembe Diocese and disturbing religious assemblies.
Today in court, Justice Mwesigye directed prosecution team led by Immaculate Nambaju to produce key the witness in the matter saying failure to produce them will lead to disposal of the case.
In her response, Nambaju said they had she had not summoned them and vowed to produce them in the next sitting.
Prosecution avers that during the morning service on Easter day celebrations at Namirembe Cathedral, Kaddu while armed with a stick and a backcloth attempted to attack Bishop Luwalira amidst the congregation few minutes after he had just descended from the pulpit to alter for Holy Communion.
Kaddu a driver of a one Tour and Travel Company and a resident of Mackay Zone in Mengo later remanded in Luzira prison however on my 5, he was granted bail.