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Meanwhile, Lukwago’s lawyers have asked for more time to be able to respond to affidavits by KCCA Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi, Electoral Commission Chairman, Badru Kiggundu, Kampala Minister, Frank Tumwebaze, and Attorney General, Peter Nyombi.
Lukwago had petitioned High Court seeking for a temporary injunction restraining the respondents from acting in contempt of court orders which recognise Lukwago as the Kampala Lord Mayor until his petition is heard and concluded.
Justice Yasin Nyanzi has set Tuesday March 25, as the date for hearing of both cases.
Wilfred Nuwagaba, Sualiman Kidandala, Moses Kasibante and Lukwago
Meanwhile, Lukwago has condemned the way police arrested him yesterday while moving from his home.
“I was going to inform my electorates of what is going on in the city. It is their office and will at stake but not a Lukwago affair,” he noted while addressing journalists shortly after court.
Lukwago explained that on release, he was given a police bond indicating that he had been arrested and charged for preventive action which case he said is non-existent in the constitution adding, that he will not return to police as ordered by the bond.
“No matter what the state or Kayihura say, I have to associate with my people who elected me.”