Outgoing Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA) boss, Dr David Kakuba, has been directed to provide a detailed handover report on any pending audit queries and progress of infrastructure projects under his docket before the expiry of his contract on June 30.
Kakuba recently wrote to Works Minister Gen Edward Katumba Wamala about the end of his contract.
However, Katumba’s junior Minister, Joy Kabatsi said in a letter to Kakuba that the outgoing UCAA boss must provide a detailed report.
“Taking into account the remaining time of your contract and to enable a smooth and orderly continuity of the activities of the authority and in accordance with provision no.12 of the terms and conditions of service therein, you are required to submit … a comprehensive handover showing the level of implementation of activities on detail beyond what you stated in your end of term report,” said Kabatsi.
The State Minister said the report must have “guidance on handling and conclusion of audit issues of ICAO including certification of Entebbe International Airport on one hand and as well as Financial Audits by the Auditor General and any other that may be outstanding.”
Kabatsi also asked for a “special report on the progress of the larger number of UCAA projects showing their level of implementation and funding.”
Kabatsi’s letter to Kakuba
“Please ensure that the above are concluded by Monday, June 22, 2020 to enable you to discuss the handover with the Ministry and UCCA for smooth flow of aviation business,” said Kabatsi.
UCAA is currently overseeing the implementation of several projects including the expansion of Entebbe International Airport.
Kabatsi’s tough conditions contained in the strong-worded letter charged with the regulation of Air Transport in Uganda.
Before the appointment as Managing Director, he was Deputy Managing Director of the same body for nine years.
Before joining CAA, Dr. Kakuba was a Director Management Services/Corporation Secretary for National Water and Sewerage Corporation, a utility charged with the provision of Water and Sewerage Services in urban areas of Uganda for 14 years.
Earlier he worked as Deputy Board Secretary of Uganda Electricity Board for six years.
Immediately after College he worked as a Senior Magistrate with the Judicial Department of Uganda.
Dr. Kakuba holds a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Business Administration and a Bachellor’s degree of Laws.