By Najibu Mulema
The trial of sheikh Yunus Kamoga with 13 others accused of masterminding the murder of Muslim clerics enters the third day at the international crimes division of the high court.
The trial will continue with the police pathologist, Dr. Moses Byaruhanga producing his medical practicing certificate before court.
Dr. Byaruhanga testified yesterday but was tasked to produce a medical practicing license before the court today since he claimed to have examined the bodies of sheikhs, Mustapha Bayiga and Ibrahim Kirya and concluded that the duo had died of close gunshot injuries.
This prompted the defence lawyers led by Fred Muwema to ask the witness to produce his certificate from the medical and dental council.
In an amended charge sheet, prosecution contends that the 14 Muslim leaders led by Kamoga and others still at large, between December 2013 and June 2015 at various places in Kampala, with malice a forethought unlawfully caused the death Bahiga who was shot to death at Bwebajja and also Hassan Ibrahim Kirya who was shot at Bweyogerere in Wakiso district.
The hearing is being presided over by the three Judges, Ezekiel Muhanguzi, Percy Tuhaise and Elizabeth Nahamya.