The clearly angered relatives said Winnie Byanyima should have kept away from the case despite being related to the main suspect Mathew Kanyamunyu.
The Executive Director of Oxfam International, Winnie Byanyima and her sisters Edith and Martha Byanyima are some of the people who have come to stand for Mathew and Joseph Kanyamunyus as sureties.
The Kanyamunyu brothers and one Cynthia Munwangari are accused of murdering social worker Kenneth Akena near UMA showground near Lugogo along Jinja highway in Kampala last year.
Through Bashasha and company advocates, the accused persons want to be released on bail on grounds that they are responsible members of society, law abiding and will not abscond if released because they have fixed places of residence in Kampala plus substantial sureties who will ensure that they honour their bail conditions.Follow @newslexpoint
Winnie Byanyima annoys Akena’s family!
Relatives of the deceased say they are disappointed with Winnie Byanyima’s decision to stand as surety for a person accused of murder. The clearly angered relatives said Byanyima should have kept away from the case despite being related to the main suspect Mathew Kanyamunyu.
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