Kampala Central Member of Parliament Muhammad Nsereko was on Friday remanded in custody by the Tororo Chief Magistrate’s Court until Monday, December 31, over statements he made about the death of former Butaleja MP Cerinah Nebanda.
Mr Nsereko was charged with inciting violence, a charge that was described as defective by his lawyer, Medard Sseggona. He was detained at Tororo Prison.
Mr Nsereko was remanded apparently to allow the state amend the charge sheet for him to take plea.
Muhammad Nsereko, the Kampala Central Member of Parliament, is set to appear before a magistrate’s court in Butaleja District over utterances he made about the death of former Butaleja MP Cerinah Nebanda.
Mr Nsereko was driven to Butaleja by Police on Friday afternoon amidst tight security. This newspaper has learned that he was transferred to the district because he allegedly made inflammatory statements at the burial of Ms Nebanda.
On Monday Police arrested and detained Mr Nsereko and Dr Chris Baryomunsi (Kinkizi West) over utterances they allegedly made about the death of Ms Nebanda.
Meanwhile,the Buganda Road Chief Magistrate has this afternoon released Kinkizi East MP Dr Chris Baryomunsi and his co-accused Dr Sylvester Onzivua on a non-cash bail of Shs 1m each.The two doctors were charged with conspiracy to commit a felony when they allegedly conspired to unlawfully obtain body samples of the late Butaleja Woman MP Cerinah Nebanda. Dr Onzivua was separately charged with abuse of office.
Dr Chris Baryomunsi earlier on said he will never forgive Museveni and Police Chief; Kale Kaihura over his arrest and harassment.