Musisi Bans KCCA Staff From Boda Bodas

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi has banned all KCCA staff members from using motorcycles in a bid to boost and maintain the institution’s corporate image.

Musisi made the remarks this week during a meeting at City Hall.

She further said that those who do not have personal cars can always use taxis. She also plans on setting up a car loan scheme for her employees.

4 thoughts on “Musisi Bans KCCA Staff From Boda Bodas

  1. Here i was vouching for her as one of the good things that have happened to kampala and she saying ……
    Nonsense whats wrong with boda boda as long as one wears a helmet and the rider is keeping safety regulations, most annoying is the reason you give mbu ‘corporate image.’ How does it make you any less corporate using bodas, fight corruption first in KCCA.
    Firstly we need to support these people trying to earn a living through bodas, then it is another way of reducing traffic, bodas occupy far less space than cars and also make less pollution, keeping in mind that most of them are even bought new unlike 5th hand cars in UG.
    If i were you I would even encourage those who can ride bicycles to do so as it is very cheap and healthy.

  2. That’s easy when you earn 43 million shillings a month. Hard when you are struggling to put food on the table.

  3. Now we are about to see an increased number of cases into misuse or swindling of public funds by KCCA officials in trying to live forced standards, hope there will be enough parking space left in the city or even at city hall if even staff member is to own a car even those sweeping the dusty streets.

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