Entebbe Court rules on Mowzey Radio murder case, says suspected murderer Godfrey Wamala alias Troy has a case to answer
Godfrey Wamala, alias Troy, the man allegedly accused in Mowzey Radio murder case (Moses Ssekibogo stage name Mowzey Radio) has a case to answer, after the high court sitting at Entebbe in Wakiso District’s ruling.
Justice Jane Frances Abodo’s ruling on Friday 27th September 2019, was based on the nine prosecution witnesses’ testimony against Troy.
Testifying, the witnesses accused Troy of throwing Mowzey Radio on the floor on January 22, 2018, at De Bar in Entebbe where both of them were on that day.
And also after the last witness was presented by the lead prosecutor, Joseph Kyomuhendo and that’s SP Frantile Rwamusayi, the Police Officer who arrested Troy in February 2018.
In his account, Rwamusayi informed the court that a woman approached him in his office and gave him full details of the wanted man who happens to be on their list, whose name and face he does not recall.
After receiving the information, Rwamusayi picked up two patrol vehicles and together with the woman, they went to Kyengera at the suspect’s hideout and he arrested him.
However, later on, Rwamusayi handed Troy over to Entebbe Police, which was investigating the case.
“When we stopped, she pointed at the suspect who was standing beside a shop at around midnight, we moved closer and arrested him (Troy),” Rwamusaayi informed court.
Troy is expected to testify on oath and has witnesses to present, according to his lawyer, Mr Leonard Kasibante.
Thereafter, Justice Abodo adjourned the hearing until 5th October 2019 when Troy is expected to submit his defence and present his witnesses on this case.
On January 22, 2018, the prosecution alleges that Wamala and Mowzey Radio were seen together drinking alcohol at the Debar, before the fight erupted between the late Mowzey and the suspected murderers.
It’s alleged that Mowzey Radio poured wine on some people who were around, but later on, Pamela Musimire and another person only identified as Ategeka, intervened and dragged Radio out of the bar.
Thereafter, Wamala allegedly grabbed Mozy Radio and beat him seriously using a wine bottle and threw him down, and the Singer sustained serious injuries on the head.
Soon after the incident, Wamala allegedly took off and hid in Kyengera and that’s where the Police arrested him from, on February 4, 2018, after the Singer died at Case Hospital, where he was admitted.