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Museveni appoints Dorothy Kisaka new KCCA executive director

Dorothy Kisaka has been appointed new KCCA executive director

Dorothy Kisaka has been appointed new KCCA executive director

Dorothy Kisaka has been appointed by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni as the new executive director of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).

In a July 21 letter addressed to the minister of Public Service, Wilson Muruli Mukasa by the chairman of the Public Service Commission justice Ralph Ochan, Eng David Luyimbazi Ssali was also confirmed as the deputy executive director and Grace Akullo as the director of human resource and management at KCCA. 

Kisaka, an advisor in the Office of the Prime Minister and administer of the COVID-19 fund, will now replace Eng Andrew Kitaka who has been holding the office in an acting capacity since 2018.

Last month, the president nominated Kisaka and four others to take up different positions in KCCA and directed the Public Service Commission to interview them to find out whether they are suitable for the positions. 

Also nominated was Dr Daniel Okello Ayen for the position of director public health and environment, a position he currently holds in an acting capacity and Sarah Kanyike, then deputy Kampala mayor for the position of director gender, community service and administration.

However, the president has since appointed Kanyike as the state minister the Disability and the Elderly, a position within the Ministry of Gender that has remained vacant for several years.

 

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+4 #1 Nalongo Mutiima 2020-07-24 17:59
President has appointed Kanyike as the state minister of Disability and the Elderly.

The action of Lukwago makes the president lose sleep because he does all in his power to annoy Lukwago and Besigye ie anywar, kamya, etc. How can little men fret the whole head of state! Don't be surprised Nabialh will soon be minister.
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+3 #2 Lysol 2020-07-24 19:07
The battle for Kampala continues. The corrupt regime should leave Kampala alone and relocates it's offices somewhere else. Kampala is the Commercial Capital of Uganda and should not be an Administrative Capital.

The next leader of Uganda should do just that. Many counties around the world have done the same.
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+2 #3 Nalongo Mutiima 2020-07-25 15:51
Kisaka is her husband's name. What's her maiden name?

Her biodata shows she has been all this time dining and wining with kith and kin of the corrupt NRM family.
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0 #4 Akot 2020-07-25 21:43
Nalongo Mutiima, thanks.

I wish Lukwago could become Uganda's Boris Johnson, especially as now there is no opposition to Museveni, but Lukwago can become that just ONE National Leader so needed, to help UNITE Ugandans to give them a start!

Having been Mayor of Kampala is, as for B. Johonson, a good post of leadership of a country, right?

The reason Museveni never leaves Lukwago to manage Kampala affaires is because he's a threat to him!

Why can't Ugandans give chance to their own for top post, especially as now our people must know it's them who must ensure good governance through real elections in a FREE Uganda without Museveni?
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0 #5 Akot 2020-07-25 21:47
Lysol, agreed, but,

As long as Ugandans maintain Museveni in power through the tribalsitic system, non of them will ever replace him!

The ball will be set rolling the moment the tribalistic system is brought down, to give chance to UNITY that will ensure Museveni doesn't use Ugandans against one another & hang on!

Uganda is formed by our tribal lands & Museveni tribalistically divided & rules, right?

So, who, besides Ugandans to whom tribal lands belong, will/can remove Museveni?
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+1 #6 sula 2020-07-26 12:12
No doubt , a well educated man from Central Region on the side of Bessigye is driving M7 crazy, yet he has failed to buy him ,he cannot even try because he is intellectually far ahead of him.

Oh poor Museveni ,the tsunami is gathering force !
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0 #7 Lakwena 2020-07-27 08:41
In other words and throughout history, because they are easy to eyeball; tyrants always prefer to work with and/or exploit women.

E.g. except PM, Ruhakana Rugunda; look at how women are present during Mr. M7's long, winding, circular and bring national address on the Covid 19? Almost 90% of present are women.
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0 #8 Lakwena 2020-07-27 08:48
Quoting Akot:
Nalongo Mutiima, thanks.

I wish Lukwago could become Uganda's Boris Johnson, especially as now there is no opposition to Museveni, but Lukwago can become that just ONE National Leader so needed, to help UNITE Ugandans to give them a start!

Having been Mayor of Kampala is, as for B. Johonson, a good post of leadership of a country, right?

The reason Museveni never leaves Lukwago to manage Kampala affaires is because he's a threat to him!

Why can't Ugandans give chance to their own for top post, especially as now our people must know it's them who must ensure good governance through real elections in a FREE Uganda without Museveni?


Akot, by birth a liar, thief, corrupt, armed robber, organized murderer, etc. Mr. M7 can't stand honest people.
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