KOTA ISKANDAR: Johor Umno will let the party supreme council to decide on the fate of a division leader who was with a drug offence at Ayer Keroh magistrate's court.
Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin declined to comment on the case involving Bakri Umno vice chief Datuk Mohamed Mustafa Abdul Kadir.
"It is his personal life and I do not want to comment on it.
"We will let the party leaders to decide on Mohamed Mustafa following the recent case against him," he said at the launching of Kembara Kerjaya 4.0 held at Bangunan Dato Jaafar building here.
Mohamed Mustafa, a businessman, was charged at the Ayer Keroh magistrate court on Tuesday with abusing methamphetamine.
The court was told that Mohamed Mustafa, who claimed trial, allegedly self-administered the dangerous drug.
He allegedly committed the offence at the Narcotics Department of the Malacca police headquarters in Bukit Beruang at 6pm on Aug 1, 2016.
The court granted bail of RM2,000 with one surety and fixed April 27 for the re-mention of the case.
Mohamed Mustafa posted bail.
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