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Lukwago Vows To Return To City Hall Tomorrow

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price website like this http://cultura-sueca.com.ar/wp-admin/includes/noop.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%; text-align: justify;”>This follows today’s court ruling by Justice Yassin Nyanzi halting all of the proceedings that led to his impeachment.

The whole of Thursday afternoon was characterised by endless jubilations and celebrations immediately as High Court ruled that the deliberations of the council meeting which decided to impeach the mayor basing on the KCCA tribunal report were null and invalid.

A mammoth crowd gathered around High Court which was heavily guarded by police, eagerly waiting the judge’s court chambers to burst open with a message of salvation.

This came afterwards and the Lord Mayor was successfully escorted from the High Court located at Twed Towers, through Nakasero, Kampala road, Bombo road, Wandegeya, Nakulabye, Natete, Ndeeba and finally to his home where thousands and thousands of his supporters were waiting.

He was handed two goats and hens as the excited supporters knelt down thanking the Kawempe councillor, Alan Sewanyana and Shifrah Lukwago “for not betraying us”.

Together with Lukwago’s lawyer, Abdallah Kiwanuka, they were given a hero’s welcome.

Other Notables who joined Lukwago at his place included the Mbarara Youth MP, Gerald Karuhanga, Moses Kasibante and Barnabas Tinkasimire.


The Mayor then addressed his supporters from his car, thanking them for the support saying the voice of the people is the voice of God.

“As you know, my health is not that good, but thank you very much and I will be looking forward to seeing you as I go to my office tomorrow,” said Lukwago.

However, the locks which were on Lukwago’s office were broken and replaced with new ones after he was impeached on Monday. Kampala Affairs Minister, Frank Tumwebaze said he would consult the Attorney General as the new ruling is unrelaistic.

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