Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has finally filled the spokesperson position that went vacant at the start of this month.
This followed the resignation of Peter Kaujju who had severed the institution for close to 10 years.
This evening, Daniel Muhumuza NuweAbaine assumed the role of interim head of public and cooperate affairs who will double as the spokesperson for KCCA.
In a statement released by KCCA today, NuwaBeine’s new assignment takes immediate effect.
Below is the authority’s full statement.
KCCA management has assigned Daniel Muhumuza NuweAbine the role of the interim head of public and cooperate affairs who will double as the spokesperson for KCCA. He assumes this role effective today July 7th 2020.
Based at the headquarters, NuwaBine’s key role is to drive and oversee KCCA’s communication and Media Relations, stakeholders engagements at various levels and the institution’s brand voice.
Prior to his role, NuweAbine has been the substantive supervisor for Guidelines and public Awareness at KCCA for four years – a role in which he has provided oversight on community-based awareness and sensitisation with a blend of creativity and strategic thinking to give an account of KCCA services, status of projects as well as building synergies with communities.
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