Today KCCA Executive director Jennifer Musisi officially handed over the office she has occupied for the last seven years and nine months.As she handed over the office to Minister of Kampala Hon. Betty Kamya. Musisi said that for the seven years she has been at the helm, the city has seen a great improvement but noted that the achievements were a collective effort of everyone in Kampala.
“I promised to build a capital city that Ugandans would yearn for and this has been realized. I pray the transformation journey will continue with the team I am leaving behind for a better city.”
She also applauded the Kampala Minister, Beti Kamya for the support she has rendered to her during the short time they have worked together.
Musisis futher warned against tampering with the team she has left behind, urging that it should be given time to deliver better results than herself.
“If the management team at KCCA is supported and given time to continue with their work, they can further develop the city.”
Beti Kamya applauded Musisi for the good job in transforming Kampala from the ruins it was in to an admirable world city.
“I must commend her for the professionalism she has exhibited for the seven years she has been at KCCA. This is unprecedented in Uganda. Her name is going to remain her(City Hall) for many years due to the legacy she has left behind,”Kamya said.
The Kampala Minister however allayed fears of a gap left behind by Musisi’s departure saying she has left behind a competent team that will handle work at KCCA.
“She has left behind a committed team and I assure everyone that there will be no gap in service delivery in Kampala. Work will continue smoothly,”Musisi said.
The Kampala minister however assured KCCA employees that there will not be any major shakeup, noting that they will retain their jobs, contrary to various allegations.
In October, Jennifer Musisi tendered in her 21 page resignation letter to President Museveni.
Today’s morning, Musisi handed over the office of Kampala Capital City Authority Executive Director to Kampala Minister Beti Kamya in the absence of her replacement.
Speaking about Musisi’s replacement, Kamya said that despite receiving her resignation, Museveni has not yet responded to it.
“The president has not yet responded to the resignation letter but will do it in the due course. I want to assure you that by Monday, everyone will have known what will happen next,”Kamya saidAdd your comments: Download Our News App Here