Hudu Hussein Moved to Yumbe
Former Kampala Resident City Commissioner Hudu Hussein

President Museveni reshuffled City, District, Commissions and their deputies, including Kampala Resident City Commissioner Hudu Hussein, to Yumbe.

President Museveni reshuffled City, District, Commissioners and their deputies thereby moving prominent Kampala Resident City Councilor Hudu Hussein to Yumbe.

Hudu Hussein has been largely known for being hard rock. Previously, he was cited for giving city preachers a period of 30 days to vacate the streets of Kampala.

He, however, came out a few days later while appearing on one television station and rubbished the above allegations saying that he cannot start a war with God.

“I can’t start war with God. My President is a very religious and God-fearing man, and he is my inspiration. I cannot do something that he himself cannot do. I emphasize that I cannot and did not say anything about chasing street preachers. I referred to street children, among other issues,” he said then.

“The RCC is an office established under the Constitution of Uganda. One of an RCC’s roles is to monitor and inspect government projects and programs. For clarity, anything that touches the people of Uganda directly touches us as RCCs,” added.

Meanwhile, in a statement announcing the new changes, Museveni said; “I hereby inform the Country that By virtue of Authority given to the President by Article 99 (1) and 203 (1) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, I hereby appoint the following RDCs, DRDCs, and Commissioners at RDC’s Secretariat.”

The new changes set to take immediate effect, have seen Hudu Hussein replaced by Amina Lukanga. The changes have also seen Phoebe Namulindwa transferred to Kassanda from Luweero.

Others including Mariam Nalubega Sseguya formerly serving in Kawempe has been sent to Kiboga while Kigozi Ssempala has been moved from Kayunga to Mpigi and replaced by Hajji Nsereko Mutumba who recently was serving as the spokesperson for the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council headquarters at Old Kampala.

Similarly, former MP Saleh Kamba has been appointed the new Jinja City RCC. Kyeyune Ssenyonjo has been moved to Nabilatuk in the Karamoja region and replaced with Majid Dhikusooka in Pallisa where the former was serving.

Meanwhile, there is a section of legislators who have retained their positions including former journalist Ahmed Kateregga Musaazi who remains serving as the deputy RCC for Masaka City, Justine Mbabazi for Wakiso, and Anderson Burora for Lubaga.