By Watchdog reporter

Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbeere is tired of life in jail and is willing apologise to President Museveni to get his freedom and kingdom back.

In a surprising move, Online news website has published a story saying jailed Omusinga is ready to apologise to President Museveni as soon as he is released and he wants people associated with the November impasse confess publicly before him and the president.

However, according to the Ugandan news website, the Omusinga has accused a group comprising Rwenzururu leaders and veterans led by Mulima and Kapilongo, who misled his people and himself leading to atrocities committed in Rwenzori region.

The TrumpetNews says quoting the Obusinga spokesperson Clarence Bwambale who met Mumbere on 10th in Luzira prison. According to Bwambale, the Omusinga is only preaching peace to his subjects and requested to meet Museveni immediately after he is freed.

“I have met the King today 10th January and this is what he has told me. He confesses that at his palace he only knew about 100 royal guards who were distributed to  the palace, administration offices, Princess Furaha’s home, Nyamukama’s  residence home and those who were in Kampala,” Bwambale  told Trumpet news website.

“Omusinga reveals that he has realised Museven still loves Obusinga and that the day they attacked him, they could have shot him to death but even when they arrested him, he feels the Kapilongo and Mulima group deserves also entering prison if justice is to be felt,” Bwambale added.

Mumbere, according to the kingdom spokesman, promises to run Rwenzururu Cultural institution professionally by hiring “clear and focused minded people”.

Jinja High Court will tomorrow at 3pm rule on the bail application of Mumbere in which newly appointed deputy Chief of Defence forces Wilson Mbadi will be one of the sureties.