Bryan White might be a completely free man, but not under normal circumstances. His case file mysteriously disappeared at and the Makindye court can not go ahead with the case.

In a case that implicated city moneybag Bryan White and Kenneth Okoth, the Makindye Magistrates court prepared a hearing where the two were expected to be tried over attempted murder. The city socialite, Kirumira Brian real names Brian White and Kenneth Okoth were present earlier today at the Makindye based court ready to be tried. However, the hearing was shortlived because the Police file pinning the two accused persons went missing.

Bryan White and his co-accused in court earlier today.

The State Prosecutor in the case, while before Magistrate Erias Kakooza, informed the court that she was not in possession of the Police file pinning Bryan White and the co-accused to the case at hand. She said;

“Your worship I have information that there are some adjustments which were made in the Police file but unfortunately this file has not yet been brought to me. I don’t know why the Investigating Officer has not forwarded the file to me yet he knew it that this matter was coming up today.”

We reported about the allegations by Bitwiire Victor in which he said that on the night of 13th December 2017 at Munyonyo, Buziga in Makindye Division, the two suspects attempted to murder him when they mistook him for a thief and fired bullets at him which injured him and incapacitated him from providing for his family for too long while under recovery at the hospital.

It is now being said that Bryan White, through the former Police IT Director Amos Ngabirano who fled the country last week, negotiated with Bitwiire Victor to the tune of UGX 100M to pull out of the case. When this alleged deal was sealed, the police file was recalled for adjustments as the State Prosecutor stated above and pinning evidence was removed to weaken prosecution. Amon and Victor then flew to London.

We do not see any other way this case can be brought back to life.

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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