The Chief Magistrates Court in Masaka has focused on High Court for preliminary two resistance Members of Parliament, Muhammad Ssegirinya of Kawempe North and his Makindye West partner, Allan Ssewanyana.
On Tuesday, the managing justice, Christine Nantege read the synopsis of proof that she said the indictment had profited to court and would be depended on in sticking the denounced people, which she said incorporates CCTV film purportedly caught from a café and different places in Ndeeba connecting the two lawmakers and other blamed to arranging the killings in Masaka.
The state is likewise set to deliver in court call log records and proclamations recorded from a portion of the denounced people admitting to having partaken in the killings that shook Masaka and furthermore pin the co-blamed and their job in the blade murders.
As per the prosecution, the killings were politically spurred with a point of ruining government and that aggressors were paid somewhere in the range of shs50,000 and shs100,000 at whatever point they held gatherings to design the assaults.
The state says the gatherings were held in Kampala.
The two lawmakers are blamed along with four others for charges identified with murder, endeavored murder supporting and abetting psychological warfare submitted during the spate of murders that shook Masaka locale as of late.
Something like 29 individuals were killed by obscure aggressors in the spate of murders in Masaka area recently.
The Police representative, Fred Enanga in September said a portion of the suspects captured over the killings had embroiled the two resistance lawmakers on arranging the homicides in gatherings held in Ndeeba, a Kampala suburb.
“The suspects showed to us how they were guaranteed riches and this was under the order of the two government officials. We will record proclamations from the two MPs who are behind the murders,”Enanga said.
“The assertions from suspects show that in a gathering at Ndeeba, they were selected and everything was done under the order of the two lawmakers. We need clarification from them.
The State Minister for Internal Affairs, Gen David Muhoozi had before said the spate of murders was all around arranged and organized to cause strain and dread among general society.
He said that in the homicides, aggressors designated explicit individuals as they assaulted around evening time, cut the casualties utilizing blades however took nothing.