BY Sania Babirye
The family of the late Ronald subulime have called upon the ICT minister Aidah Nantaba to resign to page way for fresh investigations into his death .
Led by their lawyer Muwada Nkunyinji, the family have also asked the DPP and the IGP to resign to allow fresh investigations since they have failed to resolve their relatives mysterious murder.
He says that maybe their junior officers will fully prosecute Sebulime’s murder to the fullest which has not been possible so far.
Muwada says that the family has realized from various police statement that police is failing to fully investigate Ssebulime’s murder because the key suspect is a government minister and the other suspects are police officers.
He says that if Minister Aidah Nantaba does not resign on his own,then president Museveni should force her to resign.
He has also called the international community to issue a travel ban against Minister Aidah Nantaba and the other police officers.
He says that the position of a minister is not an exemption from the law and want all those responsible for Sebulimes murder punished for it regardless of their status or position.
On the 11th of April, a police officer attached to 999 Patrol system was charged with the murder of Ssebulime Ronald.
The suspect is identified as 46 year old corporal Ssali David a resident of a Namungoona Zone1 in Rubaga division within Kampala district.
He appeared before Mukono court chief magistrate Mariam Nalugya who did not allow him to take plea to the charge since it is a capital offense that is only tried and bailed by the high court and remanded to Luzira prison .
Prosecution states that on the 24th of March 2019 at Nagojje Trading Center in Mukono district with malice aforethought caused the unlawful death of Ssebulime Ronald .
Sebulime is alleged to have been trialing the car of minister Nantaba and when he was shot dead by police after his arrest while on handcuffs.
However hus family denies the allegations saying their relative was a law abiding citizen who was on his way to visit his children in school.