Bandora wants two months to prepare his defence

Genocide suspect Charles Bandora, who was extradited from Norway last week has prayed Nyarugenge Intermediate Court to give him two months to prepare his defence.

Genocide suspect Charles Bandora, who was extradited from Norway last week, has prayed Nyarugenge Intermediate Court to give him two months to prepare his defence.

He was today making his initial appearance before court to hear his charges.

 

“As you see, I don’t have a lawyer and these are serious charges,” Bandora told the court. “I need two months to get a lawyer and prepare my defence.”

 

Judge John Byakatonda said court would pronounce its decision tomorrow afternoon.

 

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