Ssebuwufu convicted of Katusabe’smurder
High Court judge Flavia Anglin Ssenoga has convicted city businessman Muhammad Ssebuweufu and seven others of the murder of Betty Donnah Katusabe over a Shs 9 million debt.
Ssebuwufu together with Paul Tasingika, Shaban Odutu alias Golola, Philip Mirambe, Kayiza Godfrey, Stephen Lwanga, Yoweri Kitayimbwa and Damaseni Ssentongo have been found guilty of the murder of Katusabe on October 21, 2015 at Pine Car bond on Lumumba avenue in the centre of Kampala city.
The group detained Katusabe at the car bond owned by Ssebuwufu, accusing her of failing to pay a debt of Shs 9 million which was the balance of Shs 17 million; the price for which she acquired a car – Toyota Premio registration number UAX 481H from Ssebuwufu.
The group has been battling charges of murder, kidnap with intent to murder and aggravated robbery. It is only Lwanga who has been acquitted of the charges but convicted of being an accessory after the act.
Their bail has subsequently been cancelled and sent on remand to Luzira prison until Monday next when they will be returned to court for sentencing.