The district chairperson Ismail Mushemeza said the CAO had been involved in conflicts with politicians and civil servants at the district accusing him of failing to pay them and said some of them have been locking horns with the CAO.
The office of the Kitagwenda district Chief Administrative officer
David Lubuka has been inaccessible today after it was this morning found closed by unknown persons attempting to stop him from accessing his
to the district chaiperson, Ismail Mushemeza, unknown people broke the door glasses and chained the door frames with
two padlocks which to him is an act heralding that something wrong taking place in the district.
his statement, he said the CAO had been involved in conflicts with politicians and civil servants at the district accusing him of failing to pay them
and said some of them have been locking horns with the CAO.
suggested that the ministry should intervene in the matter and find out the cause and transfer the CAO to another place.
Addressing media, the deputy RDC of
Kitagwenda district Joseph Ssekasamba
said that act is revolving around the misunderstandings between the CAO and the district executive committee led by the LCV chairperson.
During press briefing the CAO was around but could not speak to media to give his take on the matter.
said that security is already investigating the act and soon everything will be put