Dodoviko, the man behind the Demolition of St. Peter’s Church-Ndeeba in Kampala, Charged and Sent to Prison
Dodoviko Mwanjje; the man said to have been behind the demolition of St. Peter’s Church -Ndeeba in Kampala is also charged and remanded to Kitalya govt prison on charges of conspiracy to commit a felony before Makindye Chief Magistrates court.
Dodoviko has turned in himself in court following criminal summons issued against him by the Magistrate 2 weeks ago.
Dodoviko appeared jointly with Ivan Katongole; a KCCA urban planner who is accused of having sanctioned the demolition of the said Church.
However they have denied the charges before Chief Magistrate Prossy Katushabe and they return to court on 4th/September/2020 as investigations into the case continue.
Prosecution alleges that between March and August this year, the 2 conspired with Police Officers and other people who are already in prison; to demolish St. Peter’s church in Ndeeba ;the property of Church of Uganda.
These include SP David Epedu the DPC Katwe, ASP Mugisha Yeko Kato the Officer in-charge of Ndeeba Police Stattion together with SSP Rashid Agero and Martin Adero who are Field Force unit commanders.
These last weel faced charges of disobeying lawful orders of Commisisoner of Police Moses Kafeero, which were to over see security deployment at St. Peter’ Church inorder to avert any possible demolition .
Other people include a building inspection Engineer of Lubaga Division , a mechanic and a former soldier among others who are facing charges of causing malicious damage to St. Peter’s Church
and theft of Church property such as chairs and doors .
The 21 suspects including those already on remand have all appeared in court today via video conferencing and deny any involvement in the demolition of the said Church which occured on the morning of 10th/August 2020.