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Mao appoints NRM’s Bernard Luyiga DP envoy in charge of universities

  In politics every person is important. Makerere University councilor Bernard Luyiga is now full of smiles after the president general of the Democratic Party (DP) Norbert Mao appointed his party’s special envoy in charge of universities. Luyiga formerly a member of DP made an alliance with NRM councilors at Kampala City Council in a […]

Parliament probes corruption involved in awarding jobs at KCCA

  The Members of Parliament on the committee of Presidential Affairs are probing into the bickering at Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and the bribery cited in job allocation. The MPs have planned to investigate the bickering and corruption at KCCA within only two weeks and then give a report of their findings to the […]

KCCA demands ushs950m as costs for case against UTODA

Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) is demanding 950 million shillings as compensation costs and damages for the case against UTODA. The KCCA lawyers led by Caleb Mugisha and Robert Kwanza have computed the figures of the money they want UTODA to cough to them. They sent the demand note to UTODA lawyer Abbas Bukenya and […]

Kampala City Council Authority to demolish billboards, houses in Kampala

Kampala Capital City Authority has issued another notice to property owners, outdoor advertising companies and the general public in connection with illegal billboards and other advertising tools in the city. This notice served to ask persons or companies that erected illegal billboards and other tools to remove them within 28 calendar days from today. The […]

Evicted vendors petition Parliament over KKCA action

The Former evicted vendors from Kampala streets under their umbrella Kasiva Vendors Association, have petitioned Parliamentary Committee on Trade and Tourism to compel Kampala city Council Authority allocate them venue where they can sell their merchandize during this festive season. The Vendors say for the last three months since KCCA evicted them form the city […]

Former KCC workers complain over newly created Capital City Authority

Former Kampala city council workers have started complaining of being denied access to the available job description under the newly created Kampala capital city authority. Janipher Musisi Semakula was recently appointed as Executive Director of the new city authority  under the Kampala city authority Act 2010. Over 1500 employees under the former KCC now accuse […]

Kampala City Council administration to be restructured and divided into ten departments

Kampala city council executive director Jenipher Musisi Semakula has said KCC administration is going to be restructured to ensure more efficiency and accountability. She has today announced that KCC corporate structure was undergoing review to ensure more defined roles for the staff. Semakula says the KCC administration will be divided into ten departments each with […]

Kampala City Council asked to defend self against potholes suit

Court in Kampala has ordered Kampala City Council to file their defense by December 22nd 2010 in the matter of failing to fix the pothole roads and falling to manage garbage in the city. Kamapala High Court Judge Eridadi Mwangusha noted that this matter is of public interest which should be handled quickly. Three city […]

Police decline to back KCC on closing bars before 10PM after recent Uganda bomb blasts

The Metropolitan Regional Police Commander, Andrew Sorowen has said the he does not think closing bars by 10PM will be any viable solution to the security threats that Uganda faces after the recent bomb blasts that have left nearly 80 people dead and over fifty injured. This comes after Kampala City Council proposed to come […]

Kampala City Council registers residents to eliminate terrorists

Kampala city council in collaboration with local council leaders and police has embarked on registering all residents in the city as one of the ways to prevent terrorist attacks. The development comes two days after bomb blasts hit Kampala city killing a over 76 people, scores injured and property worth millions of shillings destroyed. The Deputy Mayor of Kampala, […]

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