The two suspects involved in the 2010 brutal killing of an 18months old baby boy Kham Kakama have been sentenced to 100 year each.
The killers picked from his home in Bugolobi, a Kampala suburb, and demanded a ransom. They killed him after recieveing Shs. 30 million from the parents.
The Nakawa Court in Kampala, Justice Faith Mwondha convicted Brian Sajjabi, 22,and Mellon Nabaasa, Kakama’s maid early this afternoon.
The boy’s body was found decomposing in a garbage skip in a Kampala suburb following which the suspects were arraigned and charged with murder.
Their accomplice, Gordon Tumusiime, 26, was sentenced to 60 years in prison after pleading guilty during an earlier court session.
Kakama’s death gripped the entire nation and his traumatized parents have since shifted from Bugolobi flats to an undisclosed location.