The six Ugandans who disguised as workers of the National Water & Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) in an attempt to rob a resident of Kyambogo, Nakawa division have been sent back to the coolers.
The suspects include four men Edson Musinguzi, Dan Buwoza, Joseph Mperese, Sostin Kamuzo, Wilson Kalyango, and one lady, Judith Mbabazi.
They are being charged with aggravated robbery since they are accused of robbing a Chinese National Zhang Jin Jin of 4,500 dollars on the 31st of March this year from Kyambogo lower estate.
Since they currently do not have legal representation, they were asked not to disclose any information in regard to the offence since their current maximum sentence is death upon conviction and they can even be convicted in high court.
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The suspects who did not have legal representation were advised not to say anything in respect to the offenses since they attract a maximum sentence of death upon conviction, and therefore can be tried by the high court.
The six National Water & Sewerage Corporation imposters were two weeks ago arrested due to the information attained from a video footage that captured the female suspect who in turn disclosed the identities of her counterparts.