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Man collapsed and died at Makindye Magistrates Court

Man Mysteriously Dies Inside Makindye Chief Magistrates Court

Mr. Kizito, who some time back stood surety for his wife, gently sat in a court seat in the chambers of His Worship Okipi, awaiting the hearing of the wife’s case when he collapsed on his own and died instantly.
posted onSeptember 9, 2019
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By Kampala Post Reporter

Business at the Makindye Chief Magistrates Court temporarily came to a standstill on Monday afternoon when a man collapsed and died during proceedings in the magistrate’s chambers.

According to a communication from the Judiciary, the man identified as Ephraim Kizito (about 70 years), a resident of Nabutiti, Kansanga in Makindye Division in Kampala, was not a litigant in the matter.

“He had only accompanied his wife, Rosemary Kizito, for the hearing of her case. The wife was on charges of assault occasioning actual bodily harm (MAK/00/CO. NO.928 of 2019 Uganda versus Rosemary Kizito) before HW Robert Okipi, Magistrate Grade II. She had appeared for the hearing of her case,” the communication reads.

Mr. Kizito, who some time back stood surety for his wife, gently sat in a court seat in the chambers of His Worship Okipi, awaiting the hearing of the wife’s case when he collapsed on his own and died instantly.

Court was immediately adjourned and the unfortunate incident was communicated to the Resident Divisional Commissioner Makindye and the Divisional Police Commander Katwe. Scene of Crime Officers (SOCOs) were dispatched to the Court to conduct preliminary investigations on the cause of death. The Police later took the body to the City Mortuary for post-mortem, accompanied by the relatives.

“The Judiciary awaits to confirm the cause of Mr. Kizito’s death from the Postmortem and Police Investigations Reports,” said the Chief Registrar, Ms. Esta Nambayo.

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