Outgoing Rubaga South Member of Parliament, John Ken Lukyamuzi has vacated the office he has been occupying at Parliament Building.
Lukyamuzi was seen on Wednesday morning carrying volumes of books taking them out of Parliament with the help of an unidentified man.
Lukyamuzi confirmed that he is winding up his work.
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Lukyamuzi insists that leaving his office at Parliament Building does not mean that he has given up his case against the Inspector General of Government. Lukyamuzi was expelled from the 7th Parliament following an investigation by the Inspector General of Government over his failure to submit forms declaring his wealth in time.
But Lukyamuzi says he is still addressing his discontent in the courts of law. He says he will not hesitate to contest for his constituency if he wins the case.
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The Leadership Code Act demands that all public leaders shall declare their wealth to the State every two years. The law states that leaders who, without reasonable cause, fail to comply with this request are liable to a warning or caution, dismissal or vacation of office.
Lukyamuzi lined up his daughter, Susan Nampijja to for the Rubaga South parliamentary seat, which she easily won.