Kampala Capital City (KCCA) has officially launched its rebranded version complete with a new logo and colours.
The KCCA executive director Jennifer Musisi while unveiling the new logo on Thursday evening said that the new logo reflected the new management style in KCCA.
“We have procured new uniforms as well and created over 3000 new jobs. We want the public to work with us and not run away from us,” she said.
Frank Tumwebaze, the newly appointed Minister for the Presidency and KCCA, addressed the gathering and requested Kampala businesses to join Police efforts and resist chaos in the Capital City.
Notably absent was Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Kukwago. However, previous Kampala Mayors – Christopher Iga (1989-1997) and Haji Nasser Ntege Ssebagala (1996-1990 and 2006-2011) were present.
3 thoughts on “KCCA Rebrands”
this is good , way to go KCCA. But team work and unity will take u a long way.
was the mayor aware of the reneand.and was he.part and persel of the whole process?
Experience shows women can do better than men, our sister is doing wonders in Revenue, i believe in U musisi.
All the best
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