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This meeting was later declared unlawful by High Court judge, Yasin Nyanzi thereby declaring Lukwago the Lord Mayor once again.
The Katikiro was addressing the Buganda Lukiiko this today, Monday morning, where he emphasised that “rule of law must be followed if peace is to be maintained in this country”.
“All issues regarding KCCA and Lord Mayor must be lawfully handled in that when a court issues a statement and you think that it is unlawful, you must challenge using court. On issues which are in court concerning the Lord Mayor’s impeachment, I cannot give my opinion because it’s against the laws of Uganda to hold a discussion on a matter which is in court,” Mayiga suggested.
“Law is a fence which you have to access by entering through the gate, so, if you don’t use the gate and you decide to make a hole for access, you must know that even your enemies will use the same in accessing your premises,” he pursued.
The Katikiro has further advised all the parties involved in the KCCA wrangles to sit together at around table to solve their problems with respect for each other.
“If not, they can come to me for guidance because all of them are regarded as children of the Kabaka and I, being the elder son of Kabaka, can do it better,” Mayiga noted.