Kampala Capital City Authority [KCCA] executive director, Jennifer Musisi, says she will not ask FDC presidential candidate, Kizza Besigye, for a job incase he takes power.
Musisi was responding to a question in a live Twitter session running under the hashtag #KCCAat5 at City Hall in Kampala.
“I don’t need to convince anyone to retain me,” Musisi was clear.
Musisi who said she was willing to retire but had failed quite often clarified that she is not looking for a job.
While campaigning in Makindye in Kampala Wednesday, Besigye told residents that the capital city belongs to them.
“You should not be pushed out of the city. Kampala belongs to the people,” Besigye said.
Musisi has clashed with many for demolishing structures erected in road reserves or without proper plans as well as kicking street vendors out of the city.
“I’m not looking for a job. If anyone thinks am not useful, I can then retire,” Musisi said Wednesday.
Musisi also trashed allegations that she was giving jobs to her colleagues in church explaining that she doesn’t handle recruitment.
She also announced a big plan for Kampala in 2020 save for alot of factors that need to be considered including funding.
She encouraged women to do their jobs so they are not belittled by men and keeping in mind that the NRM government has empowered them.