8 January 2018

Uganda: Bryan White Out On Bail

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Bryan White.

A Kampala City socialite Brian Kirumira aka Bryan White was on Monday granted bail by Makindye Chief Magistrate's court.

Chief magistrate Elias Kakooza ordered Kirumira to pay a cash bail of sh10 million, deposit his passport in court and never to fly out of the county until this case is disposed off.

Kirumira spent Christmas on remand at Luzira Prison where he was detained on charges of attempting to murder his neighbour, a one Victor Bitwire.

Kirumira was charged along side a police officer Corporal Thomas Okot who is attached to Crime Intelligence and investigations directorate and doubles as his bodyguard.

Okot was ordered to deposit a cash bail of sh10 million before he temporarily regains his freedom.

Magistrate Kakooza ruled that the duo produced substantial surities and that the victim Bitwire has been since discharged from hospital and doctors say he is in a stable condition .

Prosecution alleges that on the fateful night of December 13, 2017 Kirumira while at his home in Buziga-Munyonyo- Kampala, the two accused shot at Bitwire who sustained severe wounds.

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