By DailyNewsUG Public Affairs Correspondent
Kampala — Barely a month since sanitising Uganda Revenue Authority, President Museveni is making his moves at Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).
President Museveni has appointed Ms. Dorothy Kisaka as a substantive Executive Director; dropping Mr Andrew M Kitaka.
Kitaka has served as Acting KCCA ED for 1 and half years.
This comes after the second directive extended the Acting appointment of Kitaka for a period of six months from December 18, 2019, to 18th June 2020.
The President has equally appointed four more directors including Deputy KCCA executive director Eng. David Luyimbazi Saali who replaces Samuel Sserunkuma.
“I’m writing to request you to interview for me the following persons and find out whether they are suitable to kan the indicated offices in Kampala Capital City Authority,” the president wrote in a letter to Public Service Commission.
According to KCCA’s employment records, Mr Kitaka is a substantive director of engineering and technical services.
Mr Kitaka was picked on December 20 2018 by the former Kampala minister Beti Kamya as the safe pair of hands to replace Ms. Jennifer Musisi who had resigned the same job.However officials at KCCA and Public Service Commission have previously queried his tenure as acting executive director, saying that his continued stay in office in acting capacity raises audit queries.