While addressing journalists at Parliament on Friday, about it dosage http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/views/list.php online http://charlesdunn.com/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php sans-serif;”>the Mukono Municipality Member of Parliament (MP) denounced the court ruling with its accomplices, the Kampala Capital City Authority tribunal members, who saw the Lord Mayor impeached this week.
“We will not sit back and watch the Lord Mayor disgraced or worse kicked out of his office, no, we shall dispute the tribunal’s report by all means possible,” she said.
Hon. Nambooze also swore to rally her colleagues and appeal against court ruling so that the Elias Lukwago can retain his seat as Kampala capital city Mayor.
“We shall engage more than 50 lawyers from all over the country to fight on our behalf,” she asserted.
She, however, threatened that if the move is not a legal one, then opposition will resort to political tactics to fight the mayor’s way back to where he is supposed to be.
“We call upon all Ugandans to rally behind us and fight for their constitutional rights because we shall not abandon them at this stage,” Nambooze added.
This open-war against court and KCCA tribunal follows Lukwago’s impeachment on Thursday after being found guilty of incompetence, abuse of office and misconduct by the KCCA tribunal.
The opposition led by former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president col. Kiiza Besigye and former Vice President, Prof. Gilbert Bukenya, immediately disputed the report and threatened to mobilise mass riots until the mayor’s case is settled to his advantage.
Lukwago, in the company of Hon. Abdu Katuntu and the Rubaga South MP, John Ken Lukyamuzi on Thursday raided parliament with a group of lawyers in spite of police’s tight vigilance.
At Parliament, they joined Kampala Central legislator, Mohamed Nsereko and others before heading straight to the office of the Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Nathan Nandala Mafabi, for a closed door meeting.
Sources say that a rally is being planned in Kissekka Market and other spots where massive opposition riots normally emanate.