President Museveni intends to interrogate Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) commander, Jamil Mukulu, as soon as the terrorist is brought to Uganda to stand trial for allegedly committing atrocities in the country. Mukulu, the supreme commander of the troubled military outfit based in Eastern Congo, was on April 28 arrested from one of his residences in the border town of Kagera in Tanzania by the country’s intelligence operatives. A source says that Museveni wants to ask Mukulu why he waged a war on Uganda. In the mid-1990s, Museveni put in place a special intelligence desk to dismantle ADF and apprehend its leaders. Mukulu remained elusive for a period of 20 years.