Executive Director for KCCA, Jennifer Musisi has finally came out and announced that the annual Kampala city carnival celebration which was at-last cancelled to extend proceedings channeled to pave Health necessities towards Ugandans.
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In her statements, Jenifer Musisi hinted on a very important matter below;
Jennifer Musisi apologized for cancellation of the carnival.
However, the ongoing 7th Kampala City carnival was launched in June this year and set to appear on the 2nd of October. In history, 7 years back, the city carnival was put into existence with a target of bringing people together as a whole, in order for them to enjoy their city fruits celebrating for their capital city.
Interestingly, the carnival however grew from Eighty hundred thousand people to more than 4 million revelers. Not only Ugandan participants, but also those from outside the country.
In the process of interviewing Jennifer Musisi, she defended herself saying that they have a lot of plans this year and that’s the reason as to why they decided to cancel this year’s carnival.
‘The objective of KCCA is to improve service delivery for the people of Kampala. We realized it’s the same people who come to the carnival are the very ones using our health centres and send their children to our public schools. We had to do something for them.’ Jennifer Musisi added.
In her sincere regards, Musisi sent sincere apologies towards all those who already paid for stalls and added that should go and pick their refunds with receipt evidence. Though they collected over 500 million Ugandan shillings for the carnival, they decided to divert all that money for the more needful issues.
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