KCCA ED KITAKA ASKS LUKWAGO TO NAME NEW BOSSES FOR K’LA DISTRICT LAND BOARD TAKING OVER FROM YUSUF NSIBAMBI
By Mulengera Reporters
KCCA ED Andrew Kitaka has written to Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago asking him to exercise his powers and nominate new names to constitute the very lucrative Kampala District Land Board (KDLB) for the next 5 years. The need to constitute a new KDLB is something Mulengera News exclusively reported about some two weeks ago (https://mulengeranews.com/end-of-an-era-as-counsel-nsibambi-juicy-contract-as-kla-land-board-boss-comes-to-an-end/; https://mulengeranews.com/bad-news-for-yusuf-nsibambi-as-igp-ochora-constitutes-team-to-investigate-fraud-at-ka-district-land-board-which-he-chairs/).
Dated Wednesday 29th April, Kitaka’s letter informs Lukwago its time for new names because out of the 6 Directors currently serving, four had their terms expire on 1st April meaning only two are now validly remaining which doesn’t constitute Coram for any business to be transacted. The two remaining are Chairman Yusuf Nsibambi and Seya’s brother Faruk Ntege whose respective tenures expire on 18th September 2020 and 1st February 2020. The other four whose terms have expired already are Nasser Basajjabalaba, Moses Kabega, Moses Kamoga and Vivian Kiggundu the surveyor. Kitaka implores Lukwago to act urgently to fill the vacuum that has existed at KDLB since 1st April.
It’s expected, God willing, the KCCA Authority meeting of Tuesday 26th May will reflect on this issue and agree on how to come up with the four names. Lukwago will be using that meeting to get views of other members and councilors. Kawempe Mayor Emmanuel Serunjogi has already written to Lukwago indicating they are happy to finally overcome Basajjabalaba whose controversial involvement in land mattes has been giving their Division a bad name. Serunjogi also says it was anomalous for Basajjabalaba to have become KDLB member representing Kawempe in the first place because he isn’t a resident there. In the same letter, Serunjogi controversially nominated city lawyer Richard Birungi, an eminent Kawempe resident, to be their representative that Lukwago must consider when it comes to Kawempe Division.
The expiry and dissolution of the KDLB gives Nsibambi an opportunity to leave early and concentrate more on his political campaigns for Mawokota South which he wants to represent in the 11th Parliament effective 2021.
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