cost http://coeurdepirate.com/wp-includes/category-template.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>IPC members, salve http://christlutheran.org/wp-includes/ms-blogs.php who were blocked from holding any meeting at their offices at Katonga road Kampala, resorted to parliament where they made a dramatic entry and successfully had a closed door meeting.
The latest news reaching us shows that the opposition has successfully forged a committee which will ensure that Erias Lukwago remains Kampala capital city mayor up to the end of his 5 years’ term as mandated by a vote given to him by Kampala residents.
With the brand name “Committee To Restore Lord Mayor”, the interim executive leadership of the body was subsequently named in the parliament`s meeting and confirmed by Hon. Betty Nambooze who is the Chairperson deputised by Aruu county Member of Parliament, Samuel Odonga Otto.
“We have formed a committee to restore lord mayor and to stay in peace for all the five years mandated to him by the will of Kampala people who overwhelmingly voted him to lead them,” Namboze was quoted saying.
The vice interim chairman, Odonga Otto was quoted saying that the ruling National Resistance Movement party leadership is interested in mega deals in the KCCA and juicy projects which they only want to share within themselves and Lukwago was a stumbling block to their move.
“It is very sad that NRM leaders are so much interested in KCCA money and removing Lukwago is a green light for them to award all lucrative contracts and deals to themselves without public knowledge,” Otto explained.
Otto further noted that their enemies are using “money and political struggle not a legal entity as they are trying to show to us using the so called tribunal”.
He quoted the repair of a road in Nakasero around Buganda road primary school where each kilometer costs Shs 3bn which he says is an exorbitant and fraudulent expenditure.
The contractor is Enago Project Limited which he says is owned by the Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi.
The members agreed to start mass meetings in Kampala starting Monday, next week from a yet-to-be communicated venue.