ADF ex-chief Mukulu drops bail, tells family to vote Bobi Wine

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Former leader of Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), Jamil Mukulu, has dropped his bail application citing an adamant judge.

Mukulu had petitioned court to remove Justice Susan Okalany from handling the application.

Last month, Mukulu said Justice Okalany has a bias against Moslems.

On Thursday, the judge, state lawyers and Mukulu’s lawyers met at the International Crimes Division of the High Court.

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In the meeting, Justice Okalany said that she was not ready to excuse herself from hearing the application since the allegations made by Mukulu were baseless.

 “In the given circumstances that the applicant has withdrawn his bail application, this court is left with only one option to dismiss the application for lack of prosecution,” she is qouted as saying.

She added: “Counsel shall discuss with the registrar International Crimes Division of the High Court to fix the hearing of the main case within one month since it is already backlogged. “

 The judge also allowed Mukulu to talk to his mother Aisha Nakiyemba for five minutes.

Daily Monitor reported that sobbing Mukulu asked for his mother to forgive him.

The shocking incident left other relatives who were present in tears, according to the newspaper.

 “Mum, I have withdrawn my bail application, but if I wronged you in anyway,  I ask for your forgiveness,” Mukulu said.

 Mukulu asked his lawyers to take his mother, children and wife to the headquarters of the Opposition National Unity Platform to register as members since he wants them to vote for the leader of the party, Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine.

 Mukulu who is jointly charged with 34 other suspects is charged with murder, terrorism, murder, aggravated robbery, aiding terrorism, crimes against humanity, attempted murder, belonging to a terrorist organisation, among others.

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