Following the Thursday, July 13 incident in which police shot at Geoffrey Massa’s car in the night, the Police says they are likely to charge the ex-Uganda Cranes captain.
The Police fired bullets at Massa’s car which was allegedly found parked on Northern bypass, around Mandela National stadium, Namboole after he decided to drive off, when approached, after the cops became suspicious of his activity.
It’s reported that the car then knocked a Police Motor Cycle before it veered off the road and the police confirmed one of the occupants, identified as Josephine Maliza, was hit with a bullet.
According to the PRO, Kampala Metropolitan Police, Emilian Kayima, police is likely to charge Massa with attempted murder and reckless driving.
For the case of Geoffrey Massa, we recorded his statement yesterday 13th, July 2017, and we are likely to prefer charges of attempted murder and reckless driving in the case we are investigating.
The former Cranes Captain, now based in Cyprus is yet to make any statement to the media in connection to the incident.