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Kasese Municipality Legislator, Hon. Robert Centenary today appeared at the CID Headquarters in Kibuli over the recent summon for allegedly defaming Dr. Crispus Kiyonga, former Minister of Defense over the recent clashes in Kasese that left hundreds dead.

In a letter dated January 19, 2017, Centenary Robert was summoned to appear at the CID Headquarters to record a statement over his defamatory words against Kiyonga in a Live Interview with NBS Television in regards to the Kasese killings.

On Tuesday, January 30, the shadow Minister for Tourism in the 10th Parliament presented himself in Kibuli and recorded a statement.

It should be remembered that, the legislator together with the Leader of Opposition, Rt. Hon. Winnie Kizza and all area MPs logded a case at the Hague based International Criminal Court in the aftermath of the “massacre” in which the Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere and 150 Royal Guards were arrested and still detained in various prisons in Busoga region with the king at Luzira.

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