By Kampala Post Reporter
ENTEBBE. Relatives of the late former music star Moses Ssekibogo Alias Mowzey Radio have asked the judiciary to expedite the trial of the prime suspect, Godfrey Wamala alias Troy.
Wamala, 28, a resident of Kyengera LC1 Nsangi Town council in Wakiso District was arrested in February while hiding in Kyengera at his friend's home.
He is said to have lifted Mowzey Radio and beat him on the floor following a disagreement over booze and money.
The head injuries sustained by the singer on that day led to his death on February 1 from Case Hospital, Kampala.
Police picked up Wamala and arraigned him before Entebbe Chief Magistrate for murder.
He was remanded to Kigo government prison in Wakiso district. However, the case has dragged on as prosecution asks for more time to complete the investigation.
The trial was adjourned for the eighth time on Wednesday when the state prosecutor, Markbeth Agumenitwe told the Entebbe Chief Magistrate, Justice Mary Kaitesi Lukwago that investigations were ongoing.
Kaitesi pushed the matter to June 18th, 2018. The adjournment didn't go well with Mowzey's mother, Jane Kasubo.
With tears rolling down her face, Kasubo said that she was tired of coming to court to seek justice for her son's murder.
She also wondered why De bar, which was sealed as a crime scene, was later reopened.
However, the Defense Lawyer, Ladislaus Rwakafuuzi says much as well as justice has been delayed, prosecution needs to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the accused was involved in the murder of the fallen music artiste.