KCCA Vows to strengthen ties with formal sector
By Our Reporter
The deputy executive director of KCCA Mr.David Luyimbaazi has pledged that his authority was committed to work hand in hand with all the city informal sector groups so that they can improve on their businesses environment by sensitizing them on good business principals fpr improved incomes.
Mr Luyimbaazi told this website on the sidelines of the recent Emyooga training workshop for the members of Kasubi new market in Rubaga division that was spearheaded by the Microfinance support Centre [MSC], KCCA and the ministry of Kampala affairs which saw the mass registration of the members in anticipation of benefitting from this new government economic empowerment package.
A CROSS SECTION OF VENDORS FROM KASUBI MARKET LISTENING IN DURING THE TRAINING SESSION LAST WEEK.
He pointed out that KCCA would ensure that through its technical officers like the community development officers [CDOs], hygiene and trade departments among others do come up with strategic sensitization programs cutting across the business and social services sector targeting all members of the selected 18 types of informal sectors under the Emyooga program so that they can conduct their businesses in an organized environment.
The deputy ED KCCA MR.DAVID LUYIMBAAZI EXTREME LEFT INTRODUCES HIS TECHNICAL TEAM TO THE MINISTERS PRESENT AT THE MEETING.
Luyimbaazi commended the warn relations KCCA enjoys with the Microfinance support Centre and all the relevant line government departments, and agencies [MDAs] in ensuring that the people of Kampala are given the opportunity to access these funds so that they can boost their businesses that had been ruined by the strike out of the Covid-10 pandemic.
The highly attended meeting was addressed by the state ministers of both Micro Finance and Kampala Metropolitan affairs Hon.Haruna Kasolo Lwanga and Benya Namugwanya respectively and the RCCC hajjati Farida Mayanja Mpiima and the Rubaga division deputy mayor Omulangira Ntaler Asuman among others.