The embattled Kampala City Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has warned the Minister in charge of the Presidency and Kampala, Frank Tumwebaze over convening mayoral meetings.
Lukwago’s warning comes amidst a consultative meeting convened by Frank Tumwebaze on Thursday September 25, at parliament that attracted Kampala Urban Division Mayors to discuss the management of affairs within these divisions.
“He is on the over drive, lovy-doving with the President, now he feels so excited and big to rule Kampala” Lukwago said.
He termed Tumwebaze’s move to meet urban division Mayor as an act of impunity, questioning the law and powers used by Frank Tumwebaze to convene meetings.
“He thinks by doing such he will get rid of me and my office” He said.
He added, “They are in a crisis, having tried from Parliament, court to councilors to run over my office but has failed”.
He noted that Frank Tumwebaze’s relationship with President Museveni will also come to pass just like others have.
Lukwago argued that Tumwebaze might have rushed to call a meeting to counter a recent threat by Kampala Central Division Mayor Godfrey Nyakana and his executive to sue him(Kampala Minister) and Executive Director KCCA Jennifer Musisi over their usurped powers by KCCA.
Frank Tumwebaze in November 2013 chaired an emergency meeting at the city hall that later led to the impeachment of Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago.