Kirumira reportedly jumped out of the dock and asked security operatives to take him back to Nalufenya detention facility in protest of the stringent conditions set for him by the Disciplinary court chaired by Denis Odongpiny.
But Kirumira protested the conditions saying there is no way he could present a surety more senior than him after spending two weeks incommunicado. Shouting on top of his voice, Kirumira said that the conditions were only intended to keep him in detention. The tantrum triggered a scuffle in court.
Kirumira was moments later re-arrested and whisked away in a police van. Odongpiny advised him to appeal if he was not satisfied with the ruling. He ruled that Kirumira is further remanded until he meets the conditions set by the unit.
Meanwhile, the relatives of Kirumira who gathered at court observed that Kirumira did not have a choice. Kirumira is facing charges of extortion, corruption, bribery, unlawful arrest and excessive use of authority.
The cases of extortion preferred against Kirumira have been under investigations by the Professional Standards Unit for years.