High Court Judge, Anthony Ajok has granted an adjournment to allow Brian Bagyenda, the son to the ISO boss’ two co-accused who hadn’t decided on the plea bargaining option to make final decision or go for the full trial.
Bagyenda, Innocent Bainomugisha, a cleaner and Vincent Rwahwire a casual labourer from Kimwanyi zone in Luzira are grappling with charges of murdering Twijukye the then 22year old former student at Ndejje University.
The three were in 2017 produced before Nakawa Court Grade one Magistrate, Annyu Margaret before committing them to High Court IN 2018.
IN High Court, Bagyenda pleaded guilty to the offence, however sought a lighter sentence in exchange for an admission of guilt.
Appearing before Court this morning, justice Anthony Ajok set 21st January for Brian Bagyenda to plead guilty to the offense allowing him a week’s time for conclusion of the terms and processes of plea.
It is alleged that on January 3, 2017, the pharmacist, Brian Bagyenda, invited his girlfriend Twijukye to his apartment in Luzira and on checking her phone on January 4, 2017, Bagyenda found pictures that his girlfriend Twijukye had taken with another man.
This raised jealousy, and with the help of Innocent Bainomugisha and Vincent Rwahwire they suffocated her, put the body in a green Ipsum car and drove to Namanve where she was dumped.