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BUNYORO JOURNALISTS EAT BIG IN RECENT RDC/RCC RESHUFFLE

By UG Reports

BUNYORO: Two journalists from Bunyoro sub region have eaten big in the recent Resident District Commissioner {RDC} / Resident City Commissioner {RCC} reshuffle.

The journalists who were appointed in the recent reshuffle are Badru Mugabi the station manager Kings broadcasting services in Masindi who was appointed the RCC Hoima, and Robert Atuhairwe a journalist attached to Vision Group based in Hoima City was appointed the RDC Rwampara.

On Wednesday this week, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni made a reshuffle where some RDCs/RCCs were dropped while others were appointed.

The Minister for Presidency Milly Babalanda revealed Friday that the newly appointed RDCs/RCCs will receive their appointment letters on Tuesday March 29, 2022 while the deputies will get theirs on Wednesday March 30, 2022.

The exercise will start at 8.00 am at the Office of the President, old building; Human Resource Department. Please carry your National IDs. Thereafter you will be required to prepare for the induction exercise.

“At the same time; I wish to appeal to the outgoing staff to continue serving your people in your different capacities especially; to mobilize the masses on pertinent issues such as wealth creation, parish development model and security enhancement.”

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The minister noted that the new RDCs/ RCCs are not the best by comparison but they were identified by the President, so they should use the chance to make their special contribution towards the development of Uganda.

“I am pleased to congratulate the newly appointed RCCs, RDCs and Deputies upon your appointments,” Hon. Babalanda said.

She also guided the new team on what it should focus on as far as the government’s critical interest is concerned.

“You should mobilize for total community security, deeply mobilize the population for enhanced household incomes including promotion of the parish development model, enhance improved service delivery in all areas of government service delivery, fight corruption on all fronts and resist all forms of illegal land evictions,” the minister said.

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