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The latest reaching our news desk shows that police have already blocked the Lord Mayor from moving out of his house to carry on his planned city cleaning exercise.
Deputy Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, told Chimpreports on Saturday that “Lukwago won’t be allowed to move out of his house. Since today is a weekend, he should stay home and rest”.
“We know that Lukwago is not coming to clean or supervise the cleaning of the city. He is actually planning to cause chaos,” Onyango stated.
Furthermore, police say that Ugandans need a calm environment today since the three East African presidents are in the country to sign a Monetary Union agreement in the integration partnership.
“We cannot let an individual disrupt a dream revered by the whole country and even the region by creating disorder,” Onyango explained.
“KCCA has workers who are paid to clean the city. They will do that job today,” Onyango added.
It is further reported that the Lord Mayor is only aiming at mobilising people to create mayhem in the city and paint a negative image of the ruling government.
“He only wants to disrupt normal business in town as is always the case,” Onyango concluded.
This is exactly what the minister for Internal Affairs, Gen Aronda Nyakairima, reiterated yesterday affirming that security will not allow Lukwago to carry on since “he is no longer the Lord Mayor of Kampala capital city”.