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Ssegona: Gov’t Wasting My Time In Lukwago Talks

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pharmacy http://christlutheran.org/wp-admin/includes/noop.php sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>”We are still young. Some of us still have time to work for our families and so, http://copiproperties.com/wp-admin/includes/network.php we shall not waste time negotiating on a case, in which we have already emerged as winners, with the party that we defeated,” noted Ssegona at the High Court after the adjournment of the case today, Friday.


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“It is very bad that government is still stuck on disobeying the court orders and we cannot continue in negotiations with a party that can’t respect court decisions because in any way, how sure are we that they will abide by the decision we agree upon,” Ssegona said.


He added: “If government finds it worth to follow the court orders, then it shall write to us after withdrawing the armed troops from the Lord Mayor’s office.


He has advised government not to be intimidated by the KCCA executive director, Jennifer Musisi of relinquishing her office if the Lord Mayor is reinstated saying that “She loves the office so much that she can’t leave it since she gets a lot out of it”.


The leader of the opposition in parliament, Nandala Mafabi, who represented the Lord Mayor, said talks collapsed because the government side was defiant to compromise with the opposition counterpart in the talks.

Mafabi also noted that Government remained “oppressive by brutalising the elected leadership of the city” and warned that government “stops the dictatorial mentality of must-win” whenever it’s in the dialogue.

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