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Hoima Municipal Councillors Demand Transfer of Town Clerk

The Councilors accuse the Town clerk of abuse of office, incompetence, failing to implement Council resolution, absenteeism and having poor working relationship with the technical staff.
David Kyasanku, the Hoima Municipal town Clerk moving out of the Council after beimg forced by the rowdy Councilors who also demanded for his resignation and transfer.

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Hoima Municipal Councillors on Thursday turned rowdy and demanded for immediate transfer of the town Clerk David Kyasanku.

During a council session, the councillors accused the Town Clerk of abuse of office, incompetence, failing to implement council resolutions, absenteeism and having poor working relationship with the technical staff. 

Godfrey Azoora, the Bujura ward councillor in Bujumbura division raised a motion to have the town clerk transferred with immediate effect.

The councillors unanimously seconded the motion, causing commotion in the council. 

The councillors say the town clerk has failed to give accountability of 420 million shillings meant for the renovation of the Hoima Municipal Administration block that started in 2017.

The town clerk bowing to the pressure from the councillors attempted to move out of the council but was saved after the intervention of the Hoima Resident district Commissioner-RDC Samuel Kisembo who pleaded with the councillors.

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Iddi Magezi, the councillor representing Bwikya ward in Mparo division says that Kyasanku has failed to deliver.

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Kisembo pleaded with the councillors to remain calm as informs the Ministry of Local Government.

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Cue out:… matter of concern.

Kyasanku downplayed all the allegations being levied against him saying he has never mismanaged the municipal funds. He says the councillors should produce evidence of the allegations.

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Cue out...am telling council

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