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“Her action was regrettable and illegal. Musisi is simply the head of public service at KCCA and nothing more,” Lukwago was quoted saying.
The Mayor also clarified that there is no provision in KCCA Act giving Musisi powers to take an action like the one she took yesterday.
“We are going to see if the president reprimands the executive director for such an act that promotes impunity,” he added.
Lukwago further condemned the police for surrounding his place today, Friday morning, and preventing him from moving to City Hall.
“Police’s action is illegal and uncalled for. Together with some members of parliament, we were going to march to KCCA offices in a peaceful manner but the way that police has conducted itself is regrettable,” Lukwago explained.
Lukwago has also promised to clean up Kampala city tomorrow which has so far been reported as being filthy to the core.
Meanwhile, police has deployed in all strategic spots in the city ready to quell possible riots from the mayor’s supporters.
In a related development, there is anxiety on the streets.
The mayor’s supporters have displayed banana stems and leaves all over the streets to welcome and escort him back to city hall.