price http://curiousmediums.com/wp-admin/includes/revision.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 26px;”>Addressing journalists at his home in Kampala on Friday afternoon, http://cystiphane-biorga.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/response.php Lukwago explained that he was taken aback by the recordings in the tape adding, http://deal2deal.co.in/components/com_jshopping/tables/productattribut2.php that he was heartbroken on listening to them.
“It came as a shock to me on hearing the recordings and in fact, it was disheartening. I want to clearly reveal that I learnt about it through the media and I know nothing about it,” Lukwago added.
On the issue of the Shs 6m that Kidandala was heard requesting for from Kayihura in the recording, Lukwago noted that the IGP is in a better position to explain the whereabouts and purpose of the money.
“According to the recordings, there was something about money exchanging hands to which I insist that the IGP is in a better position to tell us clearly what the money was meant for.”
In what looked like a twist, Lukwago asked the IGP to explain reasons behind the secret meeting adding, that there was no reason to engage Kidandala other than the Lord Mayor himself.
“Following the botched up impeachment process, I extended an olive branch to government with an open heart. I offered myself for a dialogue with them and unfortunately, we never agreed on a specific direction. What prompted the IGP to engage my deputy in a secret meeting after all the meetings they had with me?”
Lukwago, however, noted that together with other opposition leaders, he has organised a series of meetings with Kidandala to try and sort out the matter and get a clear explanation from the deputy Lord Mayor.
“I have organised meetings with other opposition leaders and my deputy to see how we can overcome it and hopefully we shall come up with a position and solution to this matter. However, we need to get a government position on this either from the IGP, their spokesperson or the leader of government business.”