The city governing body, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has released a video of its outgoing spokesperson Peter Kaujju bidding farewell to the Authority.
Weeks ago, Kaujju issued a notice of resignation to KCCA which takes effect on June 30, 2020.
Kaujju, who is the pioneer spokesperson for KCCA, has been at the Authority for nine years. In the video, Kaujju says he will keep watching and supporting KCCA from wherever he will be.
“It has been a very credible journey for me here for the last nine years and I need not to remind you that I am the pioneer spokesman of the city administration here at KCCA so I am happy to have been part of the core people in building this great brand (KCCA) that I shall forever love and remember,” he said.
“It has been a very interesting journey. I have been in charge of the communication function for the institution, building partnerships, stakeholder engagements, and also advising management on everything communication,” added Kaujju in the released video.
Kaujju went ahead to explain some of the milestones that the Authority has reached and its role in the day to day running of the city.
“I am happy that you people supported us, you have supported the voice of transformation of Kampala city from where we started in 2011 and I am happy that I made a contribution to this transformation. We all want to see the Kampala that we are happy with, that we believe in,” he noted.
“We have been a benchmark city for so many initiatives for our people, not just in the region but beyond because we have come up with programs, economic empowerment programs for the city folk, we have come up with campaigns as an institution, we have come up with a lot of communication channels and tools that have kept us engaged,” he added.
Kaujju expressed his excitement that during his tenure as KCCA mouthpiece, systems that will last long have been built.
“Above all, I am happy that we have built systems that will continue. I am happy that the systems that we have put in place outline me as a person as I go to other areas. I will keep watching and supporting from wherever I will be. For a better city,” he concluded.