Entebbe High Court has on Monday, October 28, 2019 found Troy Wamala, the main suspect in the death of singer Moses Sekibogo alias Radio Mozey guilty of manslaughter.
According to Justice Jane Francis Abodo, prosecution presented evidence that Troy was behind Radio’s death, but failed to produce convincing evidence that he had a motive to kill, thus forcing court to give a ruling of manslaughter.
Wamala will return to Court on October 31, 2019 for sentencing.
Court heard that Troy carried and threw the late singer on the ground after a bar brawl at the now infamous Da Bar, hangout in Entebbe on January 22, 2018.
During the trial, the main witness in this case, music producer and friend of the late singer, David Ebanget Etoru aka Washington told court that Troy grabbed Radio and threw him on the ground, which led to his death.
“Radio got a bottle of whisky and poured it in all the glasses on the table. He was at first happy but after he became angry. He lifted up the table and all glasses fell down. Troy came from the back shouting, grabbed the deceased and threw him down,” Washington told court during a previous sitting.
It’s alleged that after Troy committing this crime, he took off and hid in Kyengera until February 4, 2018 when he handed himself to police when Radio had died.
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