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Ugandans Are Happy As Initiative Launched To Keep Kampala City Clean Registers Success (Photos)

Smart City Initiative which was launched to keep Uganda Cities Clean has registered great fruits.

As reported by NTV Uganda, Dorothy Kissaka the Executive Director of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) said, the program is progressing well as great success is being registered.

The Director lead a team of youths to participate in an exercise of cleaning the city.

KCCA Director, Dorothy Loading a Truck with Garbages (Photo courtesy)

She further urged city dwellers to keep the drainage system open to allow water run normally with flooding the city due to system blockage.

Mayor elect Nakawa Division, Paul Mugambe said, the garbage collected from the city should be processed and used to develop useful products.

However, Mayor for Nakawa Division Ronald Balimwezo said KCCA need more money to pay city cleaners a better salary.

“There are these people that make the city look clean, but they are being paid peanut.

Someone is paid 6,000 per day which is too little. We must address the issue of making them happy so that they can basically pit more efforts to clean our city,” Ronald said.

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Dorothy Kissaka KCCA Ronald Balimwezo Smart City Initiative Uganda Cities Clean


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