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Jerry Muro's Judgement Nov 30

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    Jerry Muro's Judgement Nov 30

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    Jerry Muro



    The Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court has set November 30, this year to give its ruling on the case facing former investigative reporter of TBC1, Jerry Muro, for soliciting 10m/- as bribe.

    The case came for mention on Monday and the date for ruling was set in front of resident magistrate Frank Moshi, whereby the defence and prosecution had already made their final submission.

    The defence brought their final submission on October 21, this year and the prosecution on October 28, this year.


    "In the records of this court both parties have already submitted their final submissions, so it is convincing to set a ruling date," the magistrate said.

    In the case, Muro and his co-accused Deogratius Mgassa and Edmund Kapama, are alleged to have solicited 10m/- bribe from a former accountant of Bagamoyo Municipal Council, Mr Michael Wage.

    Meanwhile, two security personnel from Ultimate Security were brought before the Ilala District Court charged with stealing.


    The accused Salehe Yusuph (29), Gerald Gaudence (46) and Mahamudu Ramadhani (30), pleaded not guilty to the offence and they were remanded for failing to meet bail conditions set by the court.


    Public Prosecutor, Naima Mwanga, alleged that the accused committed the offence on October 4, this year at about 2pm at Malindi.


    She also alleged that the accused had been searched by police officer number D 740/SISGT and were found with 225 litres of kerosene worth 490,000/- which is believed to be stolen property.


    In another count, the accused are charged with failure to avoid the commission of the offence being the security personnel of the said place.


    Magistrate Karim Mushi adjourned the case until November 14, this year when the case will come for another mention.

    By JOYCE KABIGI, Tanzania Daily News

     
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    I wish a good judgement to JM, Let us wait for rulling

    Jerry Muro’s Judgement Nov 30

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    Jerry Muro




    The Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court has set November 30, this year to give its ruling on the case facing former investigative reporter of TBC1, Jerry Muro, for soliciting 10m/- as bribe.

    The case came for mention on Monday and the date for ruling was set in front of resident magistrate Frank Moshi, whereby the defence and prosecution had already made their final submission.

    The defence brought their final submission on October 21, this year and the prosecution on October 28, this year.


    “In the records of this court both parties have already submitted their final submissions, so it is convincing to set a ruling date,” the magistrate said.

    In the case, Muro and his co-accused Deogratius Mgassa and Edmund Kapama, are alleged to have solicited 10m/- bribe from a former accountant of Bagamoyo Municipal Council, Mr Michael Wage.

    Meanwhile, two security personnel from Ultimate Security were brought before the Ilala District Court charged with stealing.


    The accused Salehe Yusuph (29), Gerald Gaudence (46) and Mahamudu Ramadhani (30), pleaded not guilty to the offence and they were remanded for failing to meet bail conditions set by the court.


    Public Prosecutor, Naima Mwanga, alleged that the accused committed the offence on October 4, this year at about 2pm at Malindi.


    She also alleged that the accused had been searched by police officer number D 740/SISGT and were found with 225 litres of kerosene worth 490,000/- which is believed to be stolen property.


    In another count, the accused are charged with failure to avoid the commission of the offence being the security personnel of the said place.


    Magistrate Karim Mushi adjourned the case until November 14, this year when the case will come for another mention.

    By JOYCE KABIGI, Tanzania Daily News

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