Lukwago Frustrated As Salary Case Drags On

The ruling in the case where Kampala Lord Mayor Erias dragged the Executive Director KCCA Jennifer Musisi to court accusing her of failure to remit his salary emoluments has been adjourned to 9th January 2019.

This matter was coming up today for ruling before High Court judge Andrew Bashaija, who however was attending other official duties outside the country

Mr Lukwago said he was disappointed by the manner in which his case had been handled.

“This matter has been here for a very long time; it’s frustrating because justice delayed is justice denied. We have to get justice when it’s still sweet,” he said.

Among the issues which court is expected to pronounce its self on is whether the respondent’s (KCCA) failure to pay the applicant’s (Lukwago) salary from the month of December 2013 onward was lawful.

And in case it was unlawful to determine if there are remedies available for the Lord Mayor Lukwago

In 2017 Lukwago dragged to court the Executive Director of KCCA Jennifer Musisi, Minster for Kampala Hon Betty Kamya, The Attorney General and KCCA for failing to pay his salary arrears amounting to 536 million shillings

He wants court to quash the decision by the Minster of Kampala stopping remittances of his accumulated emoluments and compel the Executive Director KCCA to implement the resolution in which Authority directed that emoluments must be paid without any delay.

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