Godfrey Wamala, the prime suspect in the death of musician Moses Sekibogo aka "Mowzey Radio" has been committed to the High court for trial.
Entebbe chief magistrate Suzan Okeny said prosecution led by Julius Muhiirwe had completed investigations into charges of the murder filed against Wamala also known as Troy.
Julius Muhiirwe the state prosecutor had earlier told the court that they have obtained enough implicating evidence against Wamala who was placed at the scene-of-crime.
On January 22, this year, Mowzey, a member of the celebrated GoodLyfe Crew was reportedly beaten at De Bar in Entebbe and sustained head injuries. He was rushed to Case hospital in Kampala where he died two weeks later on January 1.
Troy, who worked as a bouncer at De Bar was later arrested following reports that he had been involved in a fist fight with Radio. He was charged with murder. Troy was sent back to Kigo prison until the High court sets dates for his trial.