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PHOTOS: Fire As Lukwago Is Impeached


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viagra 40mg geneva;”>However after the process, drama unfolded with councillors engaging in physical fights which compelled Police to intervene.

Lawyers and Members of Parliament including Latif Ssebaggala (Kawempe North), Ssebuliba Mutumba Muddu Awulira, Ken Lukyamuzi and Medard Sseggona among others were thrown out of City Hall by enforcement officers.

The MP is pushed to the ground

Only a handful of journalists were allowed into the City Hall while others were locked outside the main entrance.

Latif Ssebaggala and Ken Lukyamuzi were bundled and forcefully thrown out of the KCCA gate by police who had tightened security with five patrol cars.

“We are fed up with impunity and dictatorship here. How can the Lord Mayor be impeached and MPs are being pushed out of the City Hall when police are just looking on,” exclaimed Ssebaggala

Ken Lukyamuzi and other MPs at City Hall

Meanwhile, at Kisekka market, police had to fire teargas to disperse rioters who were hurling objects at security personnel in protests against Lukwago’s impeachment.

In an interview with Chimpreports, Sam Omara who commanded today’s police operations, explained that police “had taken over security of the downtown area and no one is allowed in the area until further notice.”

The senior police chief added: “I don’t want to see any politician here. This place is now under my control and whoever uses force to enter here will face it rough as we shall also use force to take him away,” he stressed.

A crime preventer puts out fire in Nakulabye

Along Gadaffi Road near Makerere LDC, rioters blocked the road with rubbish and stones only to be dispersed by police commanded by Omara.

An unidentified man was also arrested as he tried to set a bonfire in the road using car tyres.

At Nakulabye, Police led by the area police commander only identified as Tamuzadde, dispersed protesters in the area.

A suspect arrested for engaging in protests

At Kasubi, security forces engaged rioters in street battles as teargas and smell of gunpowder rocked the suburb.

Police remain heavily deployed in most Kampala suburbs. Traders are skeptical about reopening shops.

Police clearing sacks of charcoal from the streets near Makerere University

Heavily armed anti-riot police personnel patrolling Kampala suburbs

Heavy police deployment at KCCA


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