Kampala Weyonje Monthly Cleanup returns Saturday 28 Nov 2020.

Kampala, Uganda – By Desire Ninsiima Kawempe Division leaders are mobilising city dwellers for the Kampala Weyonje monthly Clean up campaigning happening tomorrow Saturday 28 November, 2020 in all divisions. The cleanup is aimed at behavioral change, having and maintaining clean neighborhoods. Since it’s launch, Dorothy Kisaka the Executive Director of Kampala Capital City Authority…

100 Days at KCCA; Dorothy Kisaka Promises Citizens Engagement Leadership.

Kampala, Uganda – By E. K Benj On Monday 03rd August 2020 Dorothy Kisaka walked into Kampala Capital City Authority- KCCA as the new Executive Director replacing Dr Jennifer Musisi amidst COVID 19 limitations. President Yoweri T Kaguta Museveni appointment her on the 27th July 2020 and she took oath for the new office on…

Stake holders in St. Balikudembe Market resort to Dialogue with Government.

Kampala, Uganda – By E. K Benj. Following a tense engagement with a team from the Central Government led by Kampala Minister Hon Betty Amongi yesterday (Saturday 14th Nov 2020), local leaders requested for dialogue over Kampala take over by KCCA. The prolonged engagement took place at Nakivubo Blue Primary School in the capital attended…

Lukwago puzzled by KCCA Budget cut of 136 Billion.

Kampala, Uganda – By Viola Nabbale. Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago has tabled KCCA Budget of 2021-2022 of UGX 419 Billion amidst tetchy reactions from Lord Councilors over ignoring funds to facilitate councilors of the new electro areas. Meanwhile the new Land Board governing Kampala has been officially approved following 3 months of no sittings. 7…

KCCA moves to recover Nkurumah dispensary.

Kampala, Uganda – By Desire Ninsiima City Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has revealed that Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) will claim its Nkurumah Road dispensary, following the Auditor General’s forensic report. “We have been losing our facilities such as schools, markets and land,” he said. Lukwago said the report proved that the facility was illegally…