Jennifer Musisi resigned KCCA job two years ago -Lukwago
Written by Lindah Nduwumwami on October 17, 2018
Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has broken silence on the abrupt resignation of Jennifer Musisi as the Kampala Capital City Authority Executive Director.
Musisi on Thursday in a letter to president Museveni announced she had resigned her job and would cease working for KCCA on December 15 2018.
However, Lukwago, who has never seen eye to eye with Musisi since her appointment said on Tuesday that he was happy that she had thrown in the towel.
“Her resignation didn’t come as a surprise .I expected it because of her arrogance. She was so much obsessed with impunity and never respected anyone,”Lukwago told journalists at her office at City Hall on Tuesday.
Resigned in 2016
Saying he has had the last laugh, the Kampala Lord Mayor said it is not by coincidence that Jennifer Musisi tendered in her resignation letter in the same month as her former deputy Dr Judith Tukahirwa tendered in her resignation.
In her letter in October last year,Tukahirwa said she had resigned her post as the Deputy KCCA Executive Director partly due to political expediency from certain quarters which she said had taken over strategic planning and also being tormented by people within the security circles.
However, according to Lukwago, Musisi’s resignation came two years ago together with the one of her then deputy.
Courtesy of Nile Post by Kenneth Kazibwe