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KCCA should clean up all the alley ways of the City

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KCCA should clean up all the alley ways of the City

KCCA ED eng Andrew Kitaka Mubiru

KCCA ED eng Andrew Kitaka Mubiru

I bring attention to the acting Executive Director of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), Andrew Kitaka, to the sludge that is going on behind Printers’Arcade, on that road straddling these buildings between it and Nasser Road. This is especially towards the Roko Building, as you are approaching Entebbe Road.

There are people there who have turned this part of the road into a car washing place. It appears that KCCA is not even aware of their operations. The reason I say that is because, the place is obviously forgotten. If you are going to Nsambya, across the railway tracks, you will know what I am talking about.

I invite Kitaka to visit the place. Despite the printing industry contributing to a very big tax earning of the KCCA, Kitata appears to have ignored the development of this area. I hear him talking, and even cleaning other places, but this is at the center of the city; and he is not doing anything about it. At least that is what I know, because for a long time, this place is like that- extremely dirty.

I believe that these people who are washing cars in this area are not even paying any charges to KCCA for the labour they doing. No wonder Kampala city looks so dirty!

 

 

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