KCCA Appoints Muhumuza Daniel NuweAbine as Interim Head of Public and Corporate Affairs


Daniel Muhumuza NuweAbine, the KCCA interim spokesperson.
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Kampala Capital City Authority has in a statement announced the appointment of Daniel Muhumuza NuweAbine as the interim Head of Public and Corporate Affairs, and Spokesperson, following Peter Kaujju’s resignation in June.

According to KCCA, NuweAbine’s key role is to drive and oversee KCCA’s Communications Policy in execution of all the Institution’s Corporate Communication and Media Relations, stakeholder engagements at various levels and the Institution’s brand voice.

“Prior to this role, NuweAbine has been the substantive Supervisor for Guidelines and Public Awareness at KCCA for 4 years—a role in which he has provided oversight on community-based awareness and sensitisation with a blend of creativity and strategic thinking to give an account of KCCA services, status of projects as well as building synergies with communities,” the statement read.

President Yoweri Museveni in June nominated Ms Dorothy Kisaka as the new executive director for KCCA replacing Jennifer Musisi who resigned.

The President also nominated Eng David Luyimbazi Ssali for the position of Deputy Executive Director, Dr. Daniel Okello Ayen, as Director, Public Health and Environment, Ms. Sarah Kanyike, for Director Gender, Community Services and Ms Grace Akullo, for Director, Human Resources and Administration.

“I’m writing to request you to interview for me the following persons and find out whether they are suitable to have the indicated offices in Kampala Capital City Authority,” Museveni’s letter nt wrote in a letter to public service commission.

In a June 25th letter, the Minister for Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs Betty Amongi, said they agreed with the Public Service Ministry that Engineer

Andrew Kitaka, whose tenure expired on June 18th, stays in office as the recruitment process for the substantive ED is ongoing.

“Considering that the office of the executive director is crucial for overall coordination of the various directorates and noting that there exists a gap, which should be bridged awaiting completion of the appointment of the substantive executive director by public service commission, I have by the power conferred upon me under article 117 of the constitution and section 79 (2 )of the Kampala Capital City Authority act 2010, assigned you duty of the office of the executive director in the interim as we wait for the appointment of a substantive executive director,” Amongi’s letter read.

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