Court Dismisses forgery case in Rukungiri.


By Ambrose Mugisha

RUKUNGIRI- The chief magistrates court sitting in Rukungiri has acquitted Butubuura prosper on charges of utterance of false documents.


Court presided over by the Rukungiri chief magistrate Mbabazi Edith Mary cleared Butubuura on all the charges of utterance of false documents.


The engineer was dragged to court by the inspector general of government that he had allegedly uttered a false document allegedly signed and denied by Mr. Jackson Byamukama, the then Kanungu town council town clerk between October and November 2013.


Prosecution argued that Butubuura who was serving as the Kanungu town council Assistant Engineering Officer on 23rd October 2013 fraudulently uttered a false agreement for hire of a road equipment signed between Byamukama with Labuju Technical Services Limited, a construction company to hire equipment to construct roads in Kanungu.

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The added that Butubuura also fraudulently uttered forged acquisition of 3.75 million Shillings on behalf of Byamukama.


The magistrate revealed that evidence from witnesses confirmed to court that the money in question was requisitioned through the normal procedures adding that the town council did not incur any loss.


Mbabazi added that the witnesses who include the former town clerk of the town council and others confirmed that the engineer had executed him effectively and for them they had no complaint against him. She revealed that the prosecution could not prove to court that the engineer had a case to answer thus acquitting him of two counts of utterance of false documents.


Butubura told our reporter that he was grateful that the court had realized the truth and set him free. He revealed that he is happy that he can now resume his normal duties.

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Kiconco Patrick Katabazi of pathways advocates who represented Butubura in the case revealed that his client was innocent and it is good that the court has cleared.

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