visit this http://communalp.at/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Lukwago and supporters made a procession in the city right from Twed Towers up to Kampala Road.
Dozens lined on the streets to congratulate the Mayor and asset their support of his leadership. Others wanted to have a glimpse of the man whose political activities have put the city on tenterhooks.
Lukwago, Kidandala and Sewanyana in a procession after the court ruling
He was escorted by five police patrol cars led by the newly promoted RPC James Ruhweza.
In a new Land Cruiser brand car, Lukwago was accompanied by his Deputy Suleiman Kidandala, Allan Sewanyana, Mubarak Munyagwa, Shifrah Lukwago, Asuman Basalirwa and MP Moses Kasibante.
Fans cheering on the Lord Mayor in Kampala
At Kyaggwe road, their convoy was blocked from proceeding to Kisekka Market thus making a u-turn towards Bombo Road and then Wandegeya.
At Wandegeya roundabout, Police ordered Lukwago’s driver to take Makerere University road.
Attempts to slope down along Gadaffi Road were resisted by Police thus leading Lukwago to Nakulabye and then Wakaligga.
Boda boda riders escorting Lukwago to Wandegeya
However, at Lungujja, a cop fired teargas to disperse the protesters who ended up chasing him until he fled to a police post.
Unlike in previous incidences, Police exercised maximum restraint, allowing Lukwago to move with his supporters in a huge procession.
Police keep an eye on the Mayor’s procession
Upon reaching the junction that leads to his residence in Wakaligga, hundreds of boda boda riders, mechanics, traders and other supporters joined the convoy and urged Lukwago to proceed to Nateete town to “greet his people.”
By 3:38pm, Lukwago was on his way to Wankulukuku where he was expected to address a rally.
Ruhweza (R) leading his men to ensure Lukwago does not cross to Kisekka market
Lukwago’s convoy was put under tight security
The Mayor’s procession brought ttraffic to a standstill
Kidandala and Munyagwa were also part of the procession
Shifra Lukwago (R) voted against the Mayor’s impeachment