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Lukwago, KCCA supremacy battles persist under Kamya

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The Minister of Kampala Beti Olive Kamya has called upon government to amend the law governing Kampala Capital City Authority.

According to Minister Kamya, the amendments will help settle the leadership wrangles that hinder service delivery in the city. She cited examples where the Lord Mayor has on occasion declined to attend scheduled meetings.

Kamya said the Article 5 of the Constitution which states Kampala shall be governed by the central government, contradicts KCCA Act that mandates the Lord Mayor to be the political head of Kampala.

Kamya was accompanied by the two KCCA spokespersons, an indicator that the city executive clearly cooperates with the ministry as was the case during the Frank Tumwebaze’s tenure as Kampala minister.

Efforts to contact Lord Mayor Lukwago on the issue were futile by press time.

Since the creation of the KCCA the relationship between Executive Director Jennifer Musisi, Lord Mayor Lukwago and the two Kampala ministers Frank Tumwebaze and Beti Kamya, seems to be rocky, with all of them juggling for supremacy.

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