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1,000 Signatures Collected To Impeach KCCA Councillors

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approved http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-products-predictive-search-pro/widget/wc-predictive-search-widgets.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>In a new campaign aimed at recalling back the two councillors, order http://changescale.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar%202/src/deprecated/tribe__events__advanced_functions__register_meta.php the young opposition diehards headed by Brian Atuhaire, cost James Tayebwa, Winston Nsibirwa, and Crispus Mugabi allege that the two councillors who represent this institution of intellectuals were given $10,000 to impeach a democratically elected Mayor, Erias Lukwago.


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In pursuit of this campaign, they have already gathered over 1,000 signatures out of the 6,000 needed to recall back the two councillors.


These students have also written a special letter to H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni requesting him to clarify whether it’s true that KCCA councillors meet him on September 21, again on November 15 and lastly on December 3, 2013.


These students are optimistic that by December 16, they will have collected all the necessary signatures to recall back councillors Benard Luyiga and Hope Tumushabe.


It all started when the Kyambogo University councillor, Bulhan Byaruhanga petitioned the minister for Kampala Frank Tumwebaze demanding a clarification on the responsibilities of the Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago.


Byaruhanga also demanded an explanation of what exactly went wrong in the way the Lord Mayor was conducting the business of the city council forcing Tumwebaze to institute a tribunal to investigate him.


At first the tribunal led by justice Catherine Bamugemereire was given 60 days to do the investigations but later added another 60 days to finish up its work.


The tribunal recommended that the Lord Mayor was incompetent thus the minister called meeting which resulted into the impeachment of Erias Lukwago.


The students’ leaders are angry at their councillors for “joining the conspiracy after being bribed to vote out a people’s elected representative”.


Luyiga and Tumushabe’s fates now lie in the hands of the signatories who hold the document that will see them lose their seats at City Hall sooner or later.

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