The embattled Kampala City Lord Mayor has been granted access to his office at city hall.
Lukwago’s supporters were however blocked amid heavy anti-riot police deployment.
Last week, High court judge Lydia Mugambe ruled that Erias Lukwago is still the Lord Mayor of Kampala and that he must resume office.
The Judge insisted that the impeachment process was unlawful since a court order stopping the process was delivered on time. She also ordered the Electoral commission to stop plans to hold a bi-election in Kampala.
Police spokesperson Judith Nabakooba had earlier said the police would not dispute Friday’s court ruling which shows that Lukwago is the legitimate Lord Mayor.
Nabakooba however said they would not allow any procession in the city.
The minister for the presidency and Kampala, Frank Tumwebaze on Saturday said that he respects the decision of the High Court to nullify the impeachment of embattled Kampala city Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago but disagrees with.
Tumwebaze stressed that the judge should have summoned him to hear his side of the story before condemning him for being contemptuous during the controversial impeachment of Lukwago last year.
“We respect the ruling of the High Court but we disagree with it.”