The LC 3 chairman Pabo sub county, Tony Kikara has told court that one of the members of parliament accused of murder, convened a meeting that hatched the plan to get rid of his traitors. Kikara told high court presided over by justice John Katutsi, that Mike ochula held a meeting of 12 people at Gulu senior quarters, and asked his supporters to get rid of traitors. He is alleged to have cited the late Obongmin as his number one traitor. Kikara also told court that Ochula offered Shs 150,000, which was delivered, to a one Ojwiya and Pido, to get rid of Obongmin. He however said that MP Okum Reagan did not attend the meeting. He also denied participating in the murder saying that he only learnt about it while in hospital. Okumu and Nyeko are jointly charged with 3 other people in the alleged murder of Pabbo Sub County chairman, Alfred Bongomin. Hearing of the case continues.