After spending almost three months at Medipal Hospital in Kampala, Lubaga south MP Kato Lubwama has finally been discharged after full recovery.
The MP was welcomed from the hospital by scores of supporters who included bodaboda riders from Ndeeba and neighbouring areas.
These escorted him in a procession up to his home in Makindye.
The procession paralyzed traffic at the junctions of Ndeeba, Kabuusu and Nalukolongo as they grew bigger and bigger.
Addressing the gathering later on at his home, Lubwama started by dismissing reports which have been spreading on social media that he wouldn’t be standing again.
Being now in a stable condition, he said he was ready to face off with anybody in the 2021 General elections.
Lubwama also revealed that he will not be competing on any political party ticket.
“I will be standing for the people and the Kingdom of Buganda’s interests under the slogan Buganda Bumu,” he said.
“I call upon all people before electing anybody in the central region to first establish his position on people’s interests as well as his allegiance to Buganda Kingdom and the king.”
Rubaga South now has over seven people seeking to stand against the incumbent
Others include John Ken Lukyamuzi the former MP of the area, DP’s Mathias Bbaale, Aloysius Mukasa, Samuel Lubega Mukaku, Eugenia Nassolo, Johnbaptist Segirinya, Mukiibi Sadat aka Kalifa Aganaga and many are still coming up.