Lukwago Threatens Musisi

page geneva; mso-bidi-font-family: Calibri; mso-ansi-language: EN;”>This followed Lukwago’s decision to dissolve all 10 Kampala City committees which he had formed shortly after taking office to oversee the city’s works.

rx geneva; mso-bidi-font-family: Calibri; mso-ansi-language: EN;”>Lukwago Wednesday told press the committees were idle since their duties had been hijacked by Musisi.

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“These committees, whenever they sit their financial implications should be settled because they are entitled to receiving sitting allowances,” Lukwago charged.

“But it’s unfortunate that all their works have been hijacked by the executive director madam Jennifer Musisi because she wants to account for everything,’’ he added.

Lukwago revealed Musisi has grabbed all the city powers with the view of acting single handedly.

“That is why Musisi has reached the extent of mounting electricity poles. In my entire life, I have never seen such an ambitious lady,” Lukwago launched a missile.

Lukwago further revealed KCCA Physical Planning Director George Agaba who has been terrorizing local dwellers and demolishing buildings in the city on the pretext of poor planning has fake academic documents.

“Agaba is not competent enough to be in office and was illegally appointed by Musisi because all his academic documents are wanting. All of Agaba’s passports have discrepancies but he is over-disguising himself that he is planning for the city, listing the buildings to be demolished and his office is full of people who come to plead and whoever sweet talks Agaba with money he changes the plans,” Lukwago alleged.

The mayor further revealed he met World Bank officials who had given a contract to an Israel consultancy group to handle issues regarding re-planning and redesigning the city only to be sabotaged by Agaba.

“Agaba is still sabotaging our plans yet he is not aware the fiscal plan expired way back in 2004,” Lukwago said.

The Mayor threatened to continue his court case against Musisi for hijacking his work and treating him as a ceremonial figure.

“Musisi has to come up with a good plan to iron out these contentious issues by December 15 lest I return to Court. I will not allow her arrogance,” Lukwago charged.

Analysts say the escalating bad blood between the two officials will continue paralysing developmental plans for Kampala city unless there is a quick solution to the crisis.


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