this http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>In a brief message posted Tuesday on his Facebook page, Lukwago expressed shock that the Kampala High Court order restraining Kampala Affairs Minister, Frank Tumwebaze from conducting the council proceedings, was “obdurately defied” and his lawyers “harangued and clobbered” on Monday morning.
Tumwebaze said the court order was a forgery and even addressed to a wrong person (him) instead of the Attorney General.
Lukwago also further faulted Tumwebaze for presiding over a “purported Authority meeting without vital instruments like the mace” before using “mambas and Kibooko squad to unleash terror in the city all in the name of evicting one person from City Hall.”
This is the first time Lukwago is speaking out on events that saw him lose the Mayoral seat.
He was implicated for abuse of office, misconduct and incompetence by the KCCA Tribunal, charges he denies.
Police used teargas to disperse his supporters as they engaged security forces in street battles.
Lukwago said he was surprised to see Tumwebaze spearhead his ousting at the time when the Mayor was “languishing in a hospital in Nsambya.”
He concluded: “My head will always remain high as long as I am on the right side of history.
Tumwebaze has since urged Lukwago to challenge the resolutions of the Council in a Higher Court.