The new Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director Dorothy Kiyimba Kisaka has sworn in. The newly appointed ED promised to work closely with the political wing led by Erias Lukwago for the further development of the City.
“I Dorothy Kisaka Kiyimba swear that I will at all times well and truly serve the republic of Uganda as Executive Director Kampala Capital City Authority. I will observe, support, and uphold the constitution of Uganda. So help me God,” she said.
“I Dorothy Kisaka Kiyimba swear that I will not directly or indirectly communicate or reveal any matter to any person who shall be brought under my consideration or shall come to my knowledge in the discharge of my official duties except as may be required for the discharge of my official duties or as may be specifically permitted by the president. So help me God,” she added.
Dorothy Kisaka Kiyimba went ahead and expressed her thanks to his Excellency the president of the Republic of Uganda for the trust he has for her to serve at the home of Kampala Capital City Authority as Executive Director. Therefore she ready to serve the people of Kampala with great gratitude and humility. Dorothy also added that she willing to work hard to ensure there is a steady development of Kampala Capital City.
Dorothy is the incoming Kampala Capital City Authority Executive Director after President Yoweri Kaguta’s changes on the evening of Friday. In addition, she was the governance advisor in the office of the Prime Minister (OPM).
However, she has replaced Engineer Andrew Mubiru Kitaka who was in the above position for 1 and a half years. In addition, Kitaka replaced Jennifer Musisi on the 15 of December in 2018.
Dorothy Kisaka is a lawyer by profession and she pursued her degree in law at Makerere University from 1983 to 1987. She worked with Kiyimba-Kisaka & Co Advocates from the year 1999 to 2014.
Dorothy also served as executive director of Destiny Consult from March 2001 and to December in the year 2014. In addition, she also served as a commissioner at the Electoral Commission from 2010 to December 2014. However, she left this job to take on a presidential advisor according to her LinkedIn profile.
Meanwhile, President Yoweri Museveni made a few changes of recent and he appointed her as the new KCCA executive director.