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“Omuloodi Waali” were some of the words the supporters were heard chanting emphasising the presence of Erias Lukwago as Kampala Lord Mayor as Court had earlier stressed.
Lukwago listening in court
“I am ready to work with everybody who respects the rule of law because this is not an issue of Lukwago as an individual but rather the will of the people of Kampala who voted me into office and I must represent,” retorted Lukwago shortly after the court session in his address to journalists.
He stressed that he is ready to assume his office as Kampala Lord Mayor adding, that he is going to start from where he had stopped to work for the development and wellbeing of the Kampalans.
Lukwago addressing the press
Among those present in court included embattled Kampala Central MP, Muhammad Nsereko, Kawempe South MP, Latif Ssebaggala, and Masaka Municipality legislator, Mathias Mpuuga, among other politicians.
Lukwago lifted should high by fans
High Court judge, Lydia Mugambe, on Friday afternoon barred the Electoral Commission from organising for by elections to fill the position of Kampala Lord Mayor pending the outcome of the case in court where Erias Lukwago challenged KCCA report that accused him of incompetence which led to his impeachment by the council meeting in November last year.
Lukwago’s car guarded by supporters