Gen Kayihura, Kitata, Sebuufu return to court

Kale Kayihura arrives at Court Martial [Daily Monitor photo]

Former Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura and Boda Boda 2010 leader Abdallah Kitata are expected to appear before the General Court Martial today.

Gen. Kayihura was arrested on June 13 and was later charged in General Court Martial with two counts of failing to protect war materials and aiding the kidnap and repatriation of Rwandan nationals.

According to New Vision, Kayihura spent Christmas in his home area Kisoro, first ever visit since the former Police chief was arrested from his upcountry home in Kashagama, Lyantonde district in June 2018.


Gen. Kayihura and his accomplice Kitata will return to Makindye court martial headed by Lt. Gen. Andrew Gutti today, Monday.

Kitata waves to his fans outside court martial
Victoria University


Kitata was on January 20, 2018 arrested from Vine Hotel in Wakaliga in Lubaga division.

In his hotel room, a loaded and pistol was recovered, his car parked in the Hotel’s yard had an SMG gun and another pistol with 15 rounds of ammunitions.

Two military uniforms, seven caps and bullets which he says were recovered from the offices of Boda -Boda 2010 at Wakaliga-Nateete.

Kitata is charged together with 12 members of his group for offenses of unlawful possession of firearms and military equipment.


Separately, Pine car bond proprietor Muhammad Sebuufu will also be appearing before the High court in Kampala on murder charges.

Muhammad Sebuufu

In July, 2018, Sebuufu was exonerated for the murder of a business woman Donah Betty Katushabe by Hamidu Wasaaka, the former Defense at the said Car Bond.

He appeared before Kampala High court Judge Flavia Anglin Senoga, as the 24th Prosecution witness in this case, claiming the suspect was not at the  scene of crime on the fateful day.

Sebuufu, Stephen Lwanga, Philip Mirambo, Godfrey Kayizzi, Paul Tasingika and 3 others were charged with murder and aggravated robbery of Katushabe’s phones worth Shs300,000.

Katushabe was tortured to death over a Shs9 million shilling car purchase debt.



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