Lukwago Cleans The City Today


tadalafil geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The plan to clean Kampala came after the KCCA executive director, pills Jennifer Musisi, shutdown city hall arguing that some elements were planning on exercising their rough justice on the KCCA workers.

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Yesterday, the former evicted vendors and new traders stormed the streets with various trade items making movement in the city impossible.

This was worsened by Lukwago’s supporters who displayed banana plants, leaves and other decorations in the streets in preparation to escort the Lord Mayor back to the city hall.

As a result, the city was declared filthy to the last degree hence needed a cleaning intervention.

Meanwhile, in Nakulabye, people shamed KCCA by going out and cleaning their places as they urged the rest of the parts around town to follow their example and keep their areas clean.

Therefore, the Lord Mayor called upon his supporters to lend him a helping hand today as he cleans the city which he said was in a sorry state.

Lukwago setting the mood for today

“I call upon all well wishers and city dwellers to join us as we clean our city. All those with spades hoes and garbage trucks should join us in the struggle to keep the city clean,” he was quoted saying.

Nevertheless, the minister for Internal Affairs, Gen Aronda Nyakairima, yesterday warned Lukwago against such an action affirming that security will not allow him to carry on since “he is no longer the Lord Mayor of Kampala capital city”.

“If he wants to clean the city as any other citizen, let him request for permission from KCCA,” Nyakairima stressed.

This is amusing because it means that Lukwago would be asking permission from Musisi who actually shut down city hall.

Furthermore, Lukwago’s plan has been a little complicated by the fact that yesterday, the Prime Minister Hon Amama Mbabazi, order the re-opening of KCCA which implies that today, KCCA workers will be on duty.

Well, the cleaning exercise is on, according to Lukwago but at the same time off, according to Gen Aronda.


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