Kampala Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago, has in good faith accepted DP president, Norbert Mao’s sincere apology.
Mao yesterday officially apologised for calling Lukwago all sorts of nasty names saying he acted in haste and anger but is not an abusive person per se.
While addressing press Wednesday, Lukwago thanked Mao for the apology and asked his supporters to do the same.
Lukwago, however, reminded Mao that what needs to be addressed is the situation that resulted into the ugly episodes.
The Lord Mayor all along was against the holding of a delegates conference that elected Mao as the party president for the second time.
The Katomi kingdom hotel conference was, according to Lukwago, a coup d’etat.
Lukwago quoted Hon. Zachary Olum report which investigated DP grass root elections and concluded that they were characterised by violence yet Mao says the elections went on very well.
The report had recommended for fresh grassroots elections prior to the Delegates Conference.
Lukwago who was appointed to head the Platform for Truth and Justice (P.T.J) pressure group and deputized by Samuel Lubega Mukaku confirmed that PTJ is in close contact with TDA.
He said the team will present a memo at the TDA headquarters next week.
He also announced a rally in Mityana Saza Ground scheduled for Thursday.
The rally is part of Lukwago’s call for the ouster of president Museveni who he accuses of commissioning militia groups in the name of crime preventers to “brutalise and harass” Ugandans ahead of 2016 elections.