By Paul Mayambala
The High Court in Kampala has sentenced Muhammad Sebuufu and six others to 40years in prison for the murder of Dona Katushabe.
The Court also ordered the group to compensate family of the late with Sh100m
Ssebuufu, the proprietor of Pine Car Bond, was last week found guilty of murdering Donnah Katushabe, a business woman, over a Sh9 million debt.
Katushabe was tortured to death on October 23, 2015 over a car debt she could not readily pay to Ssebuufu.
Prosecution proved to court that was presided over by Justice Flavia Anglin Senoga, that Ssebuufu and his eight co-accused guilty of murder, aggravated robbery and kidnap.
Prosecution led by Mr Alex Ojok, a state prosecutor, placed the all the accused at the scene of crime.
Prosecution also proved that the convicts deceived Katusabe into believing that they would settle the debt matter at Pine Car Bond but when she went there, the convicts assaulted her with sticks, a panga and other objects leading to her death.
Katushabe bought a car from Pine Car bond at Sh13 million but she paid only Sh5m leaving a balance of Sh9m