The vocal former Kampala RCC has assumed his new role as the Resident City Commissioner (RCC) for Masaka city after two months without a substantively appointed person in the office.
Hudu Hussein has been transferred from Lwengo District where he has served in the same capacity since November 2023.
Yunus Kakande, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry for Presidency confirmed the transfer following the suspension of the past Masaka RCC.
“Yes, it’s true that Hudu has been transferred from Lwengo to Masaka City to fill the vacancy that was created following the suspension of our officer from duty,” Kakande confirmed.
Kakande added that, Ahmed Kateregga Musaazi who has been the acting Masaka RCC will now reoccupy his office as the deputy RCC for Kimaanya/Kabonera Municipality.
It Should be note that on February 13, former Masaka RCC Ronald Katende was suspended by Minister for Presidency Milly Babirye Babalanda over failure to execute the presidential directive on land evictions.
Allegations have it that Katende aided the eviction of a poor family from its ancestral land at Kasijagirwa Village in Kimaanya – Kabonera Municipality in Masaka City without following the right procedures.
“The now vacant office of RDC for Lwengo will also soon be filled once a right person is identified to execute that mandate,” Kakande added.
Before moving to Lwengo, Hussein was Yumbe RDC for eight months.