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Mbabazi Orders KCCA Reopening

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information pills http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/single-product/meta.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>While meeting the Executive Director, page Jennifer Musisi and heads of security in Kampala, no rx at the President’s Office building, Mbabazi argued that closing City Hall was not the best alternative.


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“Instead of closing City Hall, we are going to increase the security in town for KCCA staff and their property with the help of police and other security organs to make sure that they are not intimidated from executing their duties,” Mbabazi pointed out.


Mbabazi, however, advised the opposition members to change their conduct by respecting the rule of law.


“We all don’t have to agree with the ruling governments in order for us to promote security in the country,” he added.


Speaking in the same meeting, the minister for Kampala Affairs, Hon Frank Tumwebaze informed the public that the government has decided to open up KCCA after putting in place plans to safeguard the council property as well as providing security for KCCA staff at work.


“This threat towards KCCA staff started some time back during the boda boda registration process. Even yesterday, we received some threats and we decided to close for a while but today evening, City Hall has been opened up for official duty which is going to be the same tomorrow,” explained Tumwebaze.


Tumwebaze further confirmed that by Saturday morning, all KCCA officials would be on duty.


“However, before you condemn the brutality of the police, first know who started it all,” he mused in reference to the City Hall incident where Lukwago’s lawyer was beaten up by police.


The news comes just one day after Musisi ordered for the closure of KCCA due to insecurity of staff.

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