City councilors on Friday condemned and went on to disassociate themselves from the Thursday morning incident which happened at both the Centenary Park and New taxi.
During a council meeting on Friday, the councilors revealed that a week ago, they requested KCCA executive director, Jennifer Musisi and director of legal affairs Mike Okua to present a report on both the Centenary Park and New Taxi Park before any relocation would take place.
On Thursday KCCA moved to take over management of the green belt of the Centenary Park and the New Taxi Park.
But this happened before the deadline KCCA had set of September 30.
"We were not aware of the demolition. We condemn the acts of Okua,"Joyce Achan, the councilor of Nakawa said during the meet.
"We asked him and Musisi to present to us a report on September 28 [Friday] but we were shocked to find that the demolition had taken place," she revealed.
Kampala resident city commissioner, Samuel Hasaka revealed that he was not informed as well.
The councilor of Lubaga, Godfrey Asiimwe shared a similar account of the events.
"When we visited the New [Taxi] Park with Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, we listened to the taxi drivers and traders and we suggested to them to remain calm as KCCA sorts out their problems."
He said the demolition exercise took place even before council could sit.
"I strongly condemn what happened on Thursday," Anthony Magume (Nakawa ) added his voice to others.
"Disciplinary measures should be taken on the people who were involved in the Thursday demolition," city deputy Mayor, Sulamain Kidandala said.
The councilors also condemned the KCCA law enforcement officers whom they said acted brutally while arresting the director of Nalango Estates, Sarah Kizito.
"We need to identify the workers who were involved in this scuffle and sack them," Bruhan Byaruhanga (Kyambogo) fumed.
They resolved that the enforcement team be disciplined, KCCA uniform be withdrawn from the Authority and trained enforcement officers be recruited.
Besides suggesting that all green belts in the city be visited and identified, the councilors thought that the iron sheets blocking the entrance next to Hotel Africana should be removed.
City Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago chaired the meeting.