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KCCA to introduce online revenue collection
Publish Date: Mar 04, 2014
KCCA to introduce online revenue collection
Deputy Director Revenue collection KCCA, Julius Kabago(L) and Varghese Thambi, the Chief Executive Director DTB (R) shaking hands after signing the agreement.
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By Andrew Masinde    

The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) deputy director revenue collection, Julius Kabago has said KCCA will start online revenue collection.

Kabango was addressing journalists during the signing of the revenue collection agreement with Diamond trust Bank in Kampala on Satruday.
 
He said this is going to be the only way the KCCA will quicken their revenue collection.
“Customers have been facing hardships with paying KCCA revenues, you could find a long line and others could move for long distances looking for banks to pay the fees, but with this new system a customer will just pay anywhere they are stationed.
 
I know there’re those who will think they will avoid because they will not have bank slips but we shall track them, this system is fully advanced,” Kabago said.
 
Varghese Thambi, the chief executive director DTB thanked KCCA for choosing them as partners promising that they are going to serve customers with one heart.
 
“As a bank that is committed to serving our customers, all I can say to KCCA is that we shall be there at all times to serve our customers, and with this new service we are going to make it fast, customers will no longer have to take long in lines,”  Thambi said. 
 

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