Isiko at Court during the hearing of his case

Buganda road Grade one Magistrate, Stella Amabirisi, has adjourned the case against YMCA student Brain Isiko after court failed to secure equipment to listen to CDs containing love songs that suspect is reportedly to have used to compose and send text messages to Kabarole Woman MP Sylvia Rwabwogo.

Isiko was in July convicted of Cyber Harassment and Offensive Communication and sentenced to two years in prison by grade one magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu for sending love texts and stalking MP.

Through his lawyer Ramadhan Waiswa, Isiko appealed against Buganda road Magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu’s decision on among others that the legislator once appeared in the press saying she is single and searching.

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He was subsequently released by Buganda Road Magistrate Jane Francis Abodo who asked for his retrial in lower court.

Appearing before court, Chief Magistrate Patricia Amiko told court that the judge in the matter is imposed and the hearing of the case was adjourned to November 16. The suspect was later taken back to Luzira prison.

The MP contends that Isiko’s intentions of becoming her friend and seeking for help in his poultry business is a lie and the messages were obscene and disturbed her peace of mind.

Prosecution avers that between June and December 2017, Isiko borrowed lyrics from international musicians like Don Williams and Enrique Iglesias and used them to lure the MP in a Love relationship.