Lugoloobi justified the allocation arguing it would greatly help KCCA to improve their revenue collections which have greatly dwindled.
Today, Uganda’s leading university boasts of a robust road network in and around it, buildings and other structures.
“Garbage management is a serious controversy in the city today. I urge all city dwellers to play a role in complementing KCCA duty,” Kamaya said.
Police swung in action and arrested most of them as some fleed the area. Those arrested were chanting the Ugandan anthem.
Last week Kampala Minister Beti Kamya, directed city authorities to evict all street vendors off the streets as a way of creating trade order in the city....
The leaders were also told to serve the communities irrespective of the political affiliation.
Uganda has over 2000 counsellors but most of them are underutilised.
All Ugandans should stand up, speak out and stand to be counted against these preventable road massacres
Peter Kaujju, the KCCA director public and corporate affairs, said revenue collection in the city has over six years grown from sh28b to sh95b, courtesy...
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