Mozey Radio’s killer trial date set

By Sania Babirye
The high court has set the 5th of this month to start hearing the case in which a one Godfrey Wamala also known as Troy is charged with murdering local musician Moses Sekibogo alias Mozey Radio.

Troy has today officially been charged with murder by justice Jane Francis Abodo and pleaded not guilty to the offense.

He has now been remanded back to kigo government prison until then when he will be brought back to start trial.

He applied for bail twice and was denied.

On the 6th of June 2018, the Entebbe chief magistrate Susan Okeni committed Troy for trial after prosecution led by Julius Muhirwa informed court that the Director of Public Prosecutions had directed him to have the murder suspect committed to the high court for trial upon completion of investigations into his case.

According to the DPP, he intends to adduce evidence to prove that Troy was indeed at the scene of the crime including witnesses that saw the late Mosey at De bar with the suspect drinking before a fight broke out between the two on the 22nd of January 2018 among other evidence.

On the 7th of February 2018, Troy was remanded to Kigo government prison after being charged with murder
Troy is a businessman and a resident of Kyengera LC1, Nsangi Town council in Wakiso district, the same place where security operatives from Katwe police station caught him while hiding after he allegedly beat Mosey Radio on the 22nd of January 2018, by allegedly hitting the late on the head during a brawl at “De bar ” in Entebbe.

Mozey Radio is said to have then sustained head injuries and died a week later at Case Clinic in Kampala after going into a coma.