All elected leaders of Kampala including Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago will take oath of office today Monday at City Hall.
Lukwago is expected to make a procession to City Hall with his supporters for the much awaited event.
He was also allowed to invite atleast 200 guests to witness the oath taking.
According to Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), spokesperson Peter Kaujju, the ceremony which had earlier been schedule for June 1 was for the second time postponed to a new date following a request by the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kale Kayihugra who said police would not be in position to provide Lukwago and other leaders with security on grounds that there several other events taking place.
Police spokesperson Mr Fred Enanga told the media that Kayihura had written to the KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi asking her to cancel the function scheduled for Wednesday last week and push to another day beginning from June 6.
Enanga said that this request to the KCCA Executive Director was in relation to the visits of the South Korean and Turkish heads of state as well as the Uganda Martyrs Day celebrations scheduled for June 3.
About 250 elected KCCA leaders will also take oath today.