Muhammand Sebuwufu has run to the Court of Appeal to challenge his recent conviction and subsequent jail sentence. The High Court on Monday sentenced Ssebuwufu and 6 others to 40 years in jail over the murder of one Donah Katushabe.
In a notice of appeal filed at the court of appeal, Ssebuwufu says that he is dissatisfied with the conviction and sentencing. Through his lawyers Caleb Alaka, Evans Ochieng and Robert Irumba, Ssebuwufu wants the court of appeal to overturn his sentence. He says that the High Court judge was emotional and failed to analyse the evidence on record.
Ssebuwufu together with six others is said to have tortured Donah Katushabe to death in 2015 over a 9m car debt. Ssebuwufu has been the proprietor of Pine car bond on Lumumba Avenue in Kampala.