By Babirye Sania
The Jinja chief magistrate court has adjourned to the 16th of June 2017 mention of the case against Rwenzururu cultural leader Charles Wesley Mumbere.
Chief magistrate Francis Kagwa adjourned the case after prosecution led by James Muliro informed court that they are unable to present committal papers today sending Mumbere and his Royal guards to the International Crimes Division for trial as it had been expected asking for more time .
The magistrate has also extended Mumbere’s bail to 16th June .
The Omusinga is charged alongside his premiere Thembo Kitsumbire and 172 royal guards including children and women.
The offenses range from murder, terrorism, treason, robbery, attempted murder and malicious damage to property which were allegedly committed between March and November 2016 within Kasese region were over 100 people lost their lives.