Court in masaka has again adjourned the case of embattled MPs Muhammad Ssegirinya and Allan Ssewanyana to December 21, 2021.
Prosecution led by Richard Birivumbuka, informed court that investigations into the legislator’s second file of murder are not yet complete.
Court accepted prosecution’s prayer and adjourned the hearing to December 21, 2021.
Meanwhile, Ssegirinya told court that he was not allowed to attend Juma prayers and associate with other prisoners.
Masaka High Court Judge Lawrence Tweyanze has now directed the Ssegirinya is allowed to access his relatives and lawyers of choice.
The two legislators were in September this year charged with murder, attempted murder and aiding and abetting terrorism in the greater Masaka region.
The two MPs were later granted bail but were separately rearrested moments after release on September 23 and September 27.