Uganda jails Muslim leader Sheikh Kamoga over 'terror’
| Updated Aug 25, 2017 at 4:00pm
A Ugandan Court has sentenced a Muslim group leader and three associates to life in prison on terrorism charges, a judgment denounced by some as the latest in a series of anti-Muslim rulings.
Sheikh Mohammad Yunus Kamoga, who heads the Tabliq group, and 13 others were arrested and charged with terrorism and the murder of other Islamic group leaders.
A day before their sentencing, six of them were cleared of the charge of murder.