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A credible source within the Democratic Party (DP) which calls for anonymity has revealed in that Kidandala’s meeting with the IGP Kayihura was meant to request for an approval as the deputy Lord Mayor since he had never been approved or recognised by the state.
“Lukwago is to blame for Kidandala’s actions since he refused to sign the minutes that were passed by the KCCA council meeting approving him as the deputy Lord Mayor.”
“It is noted that Lukwago had forwarded two people for the post including Bernard Luyiga and Sulaiman Kidandala for approval by the council but later withdrew Luyiga.”
“It should be remembered that there was chaos as NRM councillors wanted to have an NRM cadre appointed for the post but later agreed to endorse Kidandala since he was forwarded by Lukwago.”
Lukwago was later provided with the minutes of the meeting so as to append his signature and have Kidandala fully endorsed in his position but he refused signing the minutes claiming there were other resolutions that he didn’t agree upon.
Appending his signature, continues the source, would be approving whatever was on the minutes.
He, however, went ahead and swore in Kidandala despite a directive from the Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi, urging him to halt the ceremony.
She asserted that Kidandala was not duly approved by the Authority in accordance with section 9 (3) of the Kampala Capital City Act, 2010.
Thus grievances increased at City Hall causing Lukwago to cease calling council meetings in which Kidandala would be endorsed.
Musisi has on several occasions maintained that unless Lukwago had convened an ordinary meeting to endorse the vote on Kidandala’s appointment, he could have got all the benefits that accrue to his position as the deputy.
“Ever since, Kidandala has never been approved as the deputy Lord Mayor and has missed all the privileges that accrue to his post. This is why he was tempted to meet Kayihura who would help to foster his approval by the state so as to further the activities and run the city despite the wrangling at the authority,” the source said.
Kidandala is accused of meeting the Police boss in Masindi without notifying the Lord Mayor.
Without his knowledge, Kindandala was recorded on tape which later leaked to the media.