Friday 27th September 2019 was the date that the court case in which Godfrey Wamala a.k.a Troy who is accused of killing the late Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo alias Mowzey Radio was set to find closure but the case was further postponed.
The good news now is High Court Judge Jane Frances set October 28th as the closure date to issue a final judgment on the murder case.
The date was set after the court disclosed that they had gathered substantial evidence to the matter but also revealed that before the judgment is passed, the court will allow different assessors to give their unbinding views on whether to convict or acquit Troy.
The process of the closure to Radio’s murder case comes after the lead prosecutor, Joseph Kyomuhendo explained that he had gathered evidence from 9 witnesses who testified that the late Radio was lifted up by Troy, who threw him down, injuring his skull and brain system in the process.
Godfrey Troy Wamala is suspected of killing Mowzey Radio, who died on 1st February 2018 at Case Clinic after a week in intensive care nursing head injuries sustained in a bar fight at the De Bar hangout spot in Entebbe.