Dorothy Kisaka Appointed KCCA Boss; EX UNRA’s David Luyimbazi Bounces Back

President Museveni has nominated Dorothy Kisaka for Executive Director, Kampala City Authority (KCCA) and other officials to assume other top positions at the institution.

Kisaka is the Senior Presidential Advisor in the Government of Uganda, at the Office of the Prime Minister, tasked with coordinating with political and non political actors to implement public policy.

She is Deputy Head at the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit, fast-tracking service delivery on government priorities.

She now effectively replaces Jeniffer Musisi who resigned in October 2018.

Museveni also suggested that Kisaka should be deputized by former Head of Planning at Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) David Luyimbazi.

Museveni’s letter to Ochan on new nominees for KCCA leadership

The president further nominated Daniel Okello who’s serving in acting capacity as Director Public health services and environment at KCCA to take the job.

The credibility of the letter was confirmed by Presidential spokesperson Don Wanyama.

“It’s true,” he told ChimpReports on Friday night.

Museveni also asked Justice Ralph Ochan, the Chairperson Public Service Commission (PSC) to check the suitability of a one Grace Akullo as Director Human Resource.

Wanyama said Akullo who is mentioned in the letter to Ochan is not the current CIID boss.

She is the Assistant Commissioner Human Resource Management at Public Service Ministry.

The president said “We used integrity hunting for identify the persons mentioned above” and advised that other vacant positions should be filled by “advertising, utilizing your system.

Earlier today, Museveni fired KCCA’s Acting Executive Director, Eng. Andrew Kitaka, his Deputy Samuel Sserukuma, and three other directors.

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