Works Min. Gen. Katumba Inaugurates New UCAA Board

Works Min. Gen. Katumba Inaugurates New UCAA Board

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By Spy Uganda

The Minister of  Works and Transport Hon. Gen. Katumba Wamala, on Wednesday June 24th, 2020, inaugurated  the new Board of Directors to oversee the performance of the  Uganda Civil Aviation Authority UCAA.

Justice Steven Kavuma is the new Chairman of the Board of Directors and is taking over from Eng. Edward Mike Ndawula.

Gen. Katumba Wamala delivering his speech

The inauguration ceremony, which was Scientific due to the COVID-19 regulations that deter people to gather in large numbers,  was held at the CCA headquarters in Entebbe.

While giving his remarks at the function, Gen. Katumba said that “For there is no authority except from God, and those which exist are established by God”. – Romans 13:1. It was my honor and privilege to welcome the new management board of

Uganda CAA. Congratulations to the appointed team! Looking forward to a positive working relationship.”

New CAA Boss Justice Steven Kavuma swearing in

President Yoweri Museveni early this month appointed former deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma as the new board chairman of the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

The appointment of Justice Kavuma was announced by Information and ICT minister, Judith Nabakooba.

Gen. Katumba Wamala with some of the new CAA Board Members

“It is true cabinet on Monday, approved Justice Kavuma as the board chair for Civil Aviation Authority for a three-year contract,” Nabakooba said.

Other board members who were approved by Cabinet include; Lubowa Moses Paul, Ethel Kamba, Dr Alayo Ocero, Thomas James Kiggundu, James Kubeketerya, Angela Kiryabwire Kanyima and Musoke Zubairi. Others are Kiryabwire and Kubeketerya who were retained from the old Board of Directors.

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