The acting Executive Director of Kampala Capital City Authority, Andrew Kitaka, has pledged to work towards improving the relationship between KCCA’s technical and political wings during his tenure.
Kitaka gave the assurances during today’s KCCA council meeting at City Hall.
Meanwhile, during the council meeting, KCCA’s Deputy Director for Environment and Sanitation revealed that new cases of Cholera had been identified in the Namuwongo and Mbuya neighborhoods of Kampala.
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