By Robert Segawa
The outgoing Kampala Capital City Authority Executive director Jennifer Musisi Semakula has appealed to all those who will succeed her, businessmen and city political leadership to desist from plundering what she has left in place.
Jennifer Musisi made the call while visiting Nakivubo Blue primary school where she was launching a project to replace asbestos roofs said to be causing cancer.
The new iron sheets have been fundraised by KCCA staff and administration at a tune of shs 67m.
She revealed that at the time she took over KCCA leadership, the authority had properties worth shs 46bn but said that at the time of her departure, it has raised to shs 650bn which said was a greater achievement.
She added that by the time she came to KCCA, she found KCCA land like Philip Omondi stadium and Centenary park had already been sold but she managed to save it.
She further urged whoever will succeed her to protect KCCA markets, land and construct buildings to improve on the city standards.
Musisi also disclosed that only 11 schools are remaining with asbestos iron sheets which she said will be worked by the incoming administration.
She said that the athority diverted the money that was meant for the annual city carnival this year to improving structures in KCCA Schools.
She says that KCCA has built modern toilets in schools, piped water, Kitchen, teachers houses as the way of improving eduction standards in city schools.
She further warned thugs and opportunists not to invade City hall on Monday after leaving the office as their plan to loot the sweat she has worked for seven years.
Musisi warned political leaders not to grab KCCA property like land, buildings, and markets which have been center of conflicts in the authority for the time she has been Kampala capital city authority.
Two month ago Jennifer Musisi announced her resignation from the post of executive director Kampala and she’s leaving the office this Friday on 14th December 2018.