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FDC Disowns Nabila's Call For Lukwago Apology

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ambulance http://datedgear.com/wp-includes/http.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%; text-align: justify;”>The Kampala Woman MP while appearing on a local radio station, http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-upload-control.php allegedly said if the Lord Mayor wanted to resume his duties at City Hall, ought to apologise to president Museveni and other the councillors.


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This, she noted, was key for the much needed harmony and unison towards developing the country’s capital city, adding, that her party was not in support of violence.


Lukwago in a furious counteroffensive described the Legislator’s remarks as ‘vexatious,’ noting: Hon. Nabilah and her ilk may construe my position as sheer recalcitrance but am convinced beyond all shades of doubt that it would be foolhardy for me to capitulate on the core values of constitutional governance at the altar of returning to the Lord Mayor’s parlour.


“I have always stated in various fora that under normal circumstances any reasonable person would not find anything intrinsically wrong with the idea of a City Lord Mayor having a principled dialogue with a sitting head of state or any other government official regardless of their political persuasion,” charged the Lord Mayor in a statement.


Responding to the hot exchange this morning, FDC’s recently appointed Spokesperson Mr John Kikonyogo described Nabila’s comments as ‘unrepresentative’ of the biggest political party in the country.


“To us as FDC, Lukwago is the duly elected Lord Mayor of Kampala and court has pronounced itself clearly on that,” he said.


“Her [Nabila] comments therefore should be attributed to her as a person.”


Mr Kikonyogo went on to say that FDC’s interest lied more in what would come out of court’s final ruling on the matter, which must be respected by government and the councillors.


FDC offered considerable support to the mayor through the events that followed his November 2013 impeachment from City Hall by Minister for Presidency, Hon Frank Tumwebaze, and the KCCA councillors.

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