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Even the Minister for Presidency, Hon. Frank Tumwebaze, has announced that he will respect what court decides.
Speaking after the Court ruling, Lukwago said he would not “revenge and that he was not vindictive.”
That is a good spirit.
President Yoweri Museveni, earlier on said that Lord Mayor is like his son.
Many say the president does not keep grudges.
Kagingo who said the post was her personal opinion, quoted the President to have once said, “Lukwago is my son. As long as he works towards the progress of Kampala I will work with him. We must agree on the correct way forward for the city.”
Lukwago says that he will resume his office on Monday and that he “will then organise a big celebration for the people of Kampala”.
It is not bad for him to celebrate but is there harm in informing Police about his planned celebration and a suitable venue that will ensure the business district is saved from disruption, is agreed upon?
I propose that the Lord Mayor refrains from disorganising the city but works with his colleagues to make it better.
People will rethink their position (that his actions are obstructive) about him and begin to appreciate his actions.
Disorganising the city and then fighting with government is not a good thing.
The ball is in Lukwago’s court.
Sarah Kagingo, the President’s Special Communications Assistant