Ivan Kamyuka charged with murder of Johnnie


Kyamuka at Nakawa court (Photo by New Vision)

Ivan Kamyuka who killed Johnnie Ahimbisibwe at club Guvnor in Kampala has been charged with murder at Nakawa court.

Kamyuka on Tuesday appeared before Nakawa Grade one Magistrate, Christine Nantege.

Charges were read to him in relation to the Sunday where he used a broken glass to stab Ahimbisibwe at Club Guvnor later leading to his death.

The State Prosecutor Julius Twehire asked court for an adjournment as investigations are still ongoing.

The pair two were fighting over a woman identified as Nina Nyanuak.

She was arrested along with Kyamuka and detained at Jinja Road Police Station.

Kamyuka told police that Ahimbisibwe attacked them before hitting Nina with a glass.

Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, says Nina was given police bond to go and take care of the injuries sustained from an attack on her.

Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, told press on Monday that the CCTV footage from Club Guvnor had confirmed the crime.

After reading for him charges at Nakawa court, state asked for an adjournment so investigations can commence in Kyamuka’s case.

The magistrate adjourned the case till August 18 before remanding Kamyuka at Luzira Prison.

Meanwhile, friends and family have travelled to Ibanda district Tuesday to bury the late Johnnie.

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