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Lukwago, who wasn’t in Court, was represented by his lawyers who included Muwanga Kivumbi.
A number of opposition politicians including Dr Col. Kizza Besigye and Hon Ken Lukyamuzi among others attended he court session.
Lukwago is currently being hospitalized at Case Clinic in Kampala after claiming that a teargas canister was dropped inside his car which led to his fainting.
Lukwago fainted moments after arriving at the Metropole Hotel in Kololo, Kampala where he had gone to attend his hearing before the tribunal and the councilors.
The tribunal hearings are currently on going at the Hotel.
This tribunal was appointed by the Minister for Presidency and also in Charge of Kampala Capital City Authority, Frank Tumwebaze, to investigate allegations that Lukwago was frustrating KCCA operations.
This follows a petition by several councilors questioning the competence of Lukwago and seeking his impeachment.
The tribunal is set to establish whether Lukwago is answerable for all the delays in service delivery by KCCA.
The wrangling between Lukwago and KCCA Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi, has eroded the authority’s image and negatively impacted on its ability to deliver services to residents of Kampala.
A group of 17 councilors signed the petition and are meant to testify against the Lord Mayor’s incompetence.
They include Bruhan Byaruhanga M, Kyazze Adam Kassim, Apollo Mugume, Nsereko Madina, Lwanga Daudi, Hajat Hamidah Namukasa, Hope Tumushabe, Emmy Babiryo, Adam Kibuuka, Alfred Ntambazi and Margret Tumwesigye.