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Lukwago Vows To Legally Take On Ofwono Opondo

Lord Mayor Says, If He Can Determinedly Fight For Rights Of Others, How About His

Unprecedented bizarre incident that traumatized viewers of Ugandan local television NBS on their political talk show that is a live telecast every Thursday night commencing at 10:00pm, when the savage Executive Director of Uganda Media Council, Ofwono Opondo, assaulted the country’s capital city Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago.

NBS PROFUSELY APOLOGISES.

In a statement issued the following day Friday 29.07.2022,  NBS head of corporate affairs Derrick Mugumisa issued a statement apologising to it’s entire viewers for that bad “experience and premature” closure of the programme.

NEVER SAY DIE LORD MAYOR LUKWAGO VOWS TO LEGALLY DEAL WITH OPONDO.

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In a carefully worded statement, Lukwago vowed to leave no stone unturned in his bid to seek for justice and discipline Ofwono Opondo. Below is a full statement he issued the following day after altercation and assault.

A FULL ACCOUNT OF MR. OFWONO OPONDO’S CRIME OF UTMOST SAVAGERY AT THE NBS TV FRONTLINE TALKSHOW.

Last night, I happened to be a Panelist at the NBS TV Talkshow that runs from 10:00pm to midnight. The debate was about the sham Soroti East Member of Parliament By-election. Midway the debate, hell broke loose when the Government Spokesperson, who is a regular Panelist (Frontliner) on the show, ran berserk and started throwing tantrums. Out of the blue, he sprung up, charged at me and threatened to evict me from the studios. He pushed his hand into the pocket and around his waist, in a manner that suggested he wanted to draw a pistol at me.

I dared him to shoot at me. He instead pounced on my neck and attempted to strangle me. I did not fight back but instead struggled to wriggle out of his grip. He them punched me in the chest and grabbed both collars of my jacket while huffing and puffing like a cobra. The Moderator, Charles Mwangushya moved in to restrain him but to no avail. He was joined by a Co-Panelist, the Hon. Winnie Kiiza, former Leader of Opposition but the now wild Opondo would not relent as he continued to maul me, while battering and kicking me in the stomach.

Being civilized and mindful of the law of unintended consequences, which could turn out to be catastrophic, I chose not to engage in a fist fight. I instead concentrated on shielding my face with both palms. It was at this moment that another Panelist, the Hon. Chris Baryomunsi, Minister for ICT and National Guidance, who had all along been witnessing the melodrama, joined the duo to prevail over a rampaging Opondo.

The Talkshow ended prematurely and Opondo was shouting at the top of his voice that he was going to finish me off in the corridors of NBS TV or outside the building. He made frantic calls to people I did not understand, requesting for “reinforcement.”

The DPC, Kira Road Police Station, Ssebuyungo, together with the Commander Operations, Aden Muzawula, entered appearance with several police personnel. They made arrangements with Hon. Baryomunsi to escort me back home.

Today morning, I went to Kira Road Police Station and opened up a Criminal Case before the O.C C.I.D and other Police Officers. I also moved to NBS and met with the Management to secure the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) footage of the said ugly scene but my efforts are yet to yield positive results. In my language, we have an old adage that; “Olaba nkaabira mubikire, naye ate ankutukidde mungalo…!!!”

I will stop at nothing in search for Justice. In addition to the aforesaid criminal proceedings, civil action will also be pursued in Courts of Law in an effort to deal with impunity in our country.

Lukwago Erias
Lord Mayor
Kampala

For God and my Country

 

 

Chris Kato

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