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Mangusho advised that there is no need to rush the case since the state still recognises Lukwago as the Lord Mayor following the court order which was issued against his impeachment.
Speaking to journalists after the court session, the Lord Mayor said the recognition of the court order by the Attorney General which preserves the status quo and is a clear indication that he is still in the office as the Kampala Lord Mayor.
“Basing on this, we are now set to cause the removal of the police officers who are deployed at my office and I hope the Attorney General is to communicate that position to whoever is responsible for the deployment,” he said.
“We are now waiting upon the government to take all the necessary steps to remove all the deployed troops at my office as a sign of respect to the court orders so that I can freely access it,” Lukwago added.
The former Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago, filed an application against the Attorney General and the tribunal investigating the petition against the Lord Mayor vide Miscellaneous Application 445 of 2013, seeking the above interim orders.