Andrew Mukasa of Bajjo Events and Marketing Agency Limited has been sent back to Luzira Prison until July 5, 2019 for offensive communication and incitement of violence against the person of President Yoweri Museveni.
Buganda Road Court Grade One Magistrate, Stella Amabirisi is expected to make a ruling on Bajjo’s bail application.
Mukasa was arrested on June 16, moments after addressing the press with Abbey Musinguzi, the CEO of Abtex Productions on the plan to hold a marathon in a bid to raise funds to facility the re-election of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine in the 2021 parliamentary election.
Through his lawyers led by Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Bajjo applied for bail.
On Tuesday, he presented Democratic Party’s (DP) Moses Bigirwa, Abby Musigunzi aka Abtex and Aloysius Matovu Junior as his sureties.
Prosecution led by Patricia Cingitho objected saying Bajjo is likely to interfere with the investigations once granted bail.
They also suggested a possibility of Bajjo engaging in acts of violence.
The magistrate adjourned the matter to internalise all documents presented to the court by defence.
Bobi Wine mourns
Meanwhile, Bobi Wine has mourned the passing of People Power supporters who died in a road accident in Mabira forest over the weekend.
“Before we could recover from such an unspeakable loss, we got news of the untimely passing of our friend, soldier and strong pillar Suuna Golooba Omulangira, yet again in a motor accident in South Africa,” he said.
“It is painful beyond words to see young people die, especially at such a time when their nation needs them most. More so if such deaths are avoidable.”
“I pass on my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends, as well as the #EkyootoUganda team. Bro, fare thee well!”