Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA

Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA


I would like to know about what the law says about the flow of water in our home premises because my Neighbour built a perimeter wall inserted in pipes which were directed to my garden.
So when I blocked the pipes,, he unblocked them saying I should leave his pipes. But my garden is all wasted because if this too much rain water.
What's your take on this
Please advise

In our collective effort to simultaneously contain and mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 to public health and safety in the Philippines and considering the serious repercussionsf posed by the undetected spread of the virus. May I respectfully suggest the following measures and program of action;

1. Organize a second layer of defense to contain the spread of Covid-19 thru island-centric quarantine strategy. Manage each island as an autonomous jurisdiction by requiring all points of entry/exit with mandatory quarantine and testing procedure. National agencies stationed in the said islands jointly with the AFP-PNP should be mandated to implement the quarantine protocol.

2. Empower the Local Government Units ( LGU ) with administrative order to organize, plan and prepare, and build-up their capabilities as the final line of organized defense to simultaneously contain and mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Initiate massive information gathering and dissemination to promote and protect public health and safety in their respective jurisdictions. Issue appropriate advisories including testing procedure, quarantine and medical guidelines. Authorize emergency acquisition of necessary materials, equipment and provisions under the DRRM law.

3. Order LGU provincial, city and municipal leadership in collaboration with barangay councils, health centers along with government hospital and clinics to undertake community-level monitoring, survey and identification of persons under investigation ( PUI ). Conduct basic testing and diagnostics, enforce quarantine protocol and provide palliative care in isolation. Emergency training of barangay officials and staff are to be prioritized to enable them to effectively implement the plans and programs of action. Designate secured quarantine facilities in their respective jurisdiction.

4. Order PhilHealth to come up with special program to subsidize clinical testing and treatment of COVID-19 patients and subsequent medical issues. Request emergency supplementary budget for said purposes through the DRRM law, or access the contingency fund of the Office of the President.

5. Order all levels of government to engage and collaborate with institutions and the private sector in the true Filipino bayanihan spirit to undertake all necessary measures to protect public health and safety of all residents of the Philippines. Public-private sector collaboration is a win-win total solutions strategy in fighting the virus and manage the broad repercussions of the pandemic to our economy and society.

6. Conduct massive testing utilizing more efficient and effective methodologies. Leverage on smart disaster management concepts and best practices to address this unprecedented global microbiological crisis. Adopt advance technologies and best practices as demonstrated by other countries including tracking of spreaders. Strictly implement quarantine protocol on international, inter-island and LGU travellers.

7. Order the Department of Information and Comminications ( DICT ) to expedite the deployment of COVID-19 database and information system to monitor infections and trends. Leverage the power and flexibility of cloud computing, decision support system with big data analytics. Study the prospect of deploying artificial intelligence to improve data analysis, disease control and prevention management.

8. Study the need to declare a state of emergency to prevent widespread public disorder and chaos in case of catastrophic developments.

9. Appeal to all sectors of our society to unite and stand as one nation united in blood and purpose to fight this unprecedented global pandemic in the true Filipino bayanihan spirit. Let's not allow politics to undermine our collective effort to protect ourselves, our family, our community and our nation. Public policy decisions must be based on science and effective disaster management concepts and best practices.

10. Let us do our best and everything humanly possible to simultaneously contain and mitigate the impact of COVID-19 to protect public health and safety, manage the repercussions to our economy, supply chain, food security and welfare of the Filipino people. We leave the rest to God for deliverance with our fervent prayers.

Mabuhay ang Sambayang Pilipinas and God bless the Philippines !

Respectfully submitted by a concerned citizen and disaster management advocate.

Manny SD Lopez
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NOTICE: The Speaker will be convening Authority Council meeting in the Authority Chambers today Friday 6 March, 2020 at 10:00am to finalize the budget framework paper

The Office Of The Speaker is loading upon Parliament finalizing the KCCA Amendment Bill that recomme


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We are having a special council of the authority meeting today at 10am to deliberate on various issues in relation to the pandemic intervention in Kampala City!

This session will be held both physically & virtually.

See you then!

Rt. Hon. .aala Zahrah Luyirika
Authority Council Speaker


The City has a task of making very difficult decisions that are not taken lightly. Every decision that impacts our residents and businesses is being made in an effort to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus and save lives.

The council has met on several occasions to discuss the pandemic that we are all facing and seeking to collaborate with other stakeholders on our path forward. We are all in this together and our top priority is the health and safety of our citizens.

I want you to know that your city is here for you and we are doing everything we can to help protect our community. In order to be successful, we all need to be personally responsible. This is why I'm asking our residents to be patient, mindful and selfless as we all continue to follow the guidelines and SOPs.

Let's all work together to help stop the spread of this virus. We will get through this.

We haven't given up on the battle... We are certain that we shall overcome this enemy!

Rt.Hon. Maala Zahrah Luyirika
Authority Council Speaker


Congratulations to FDC's Doreen Nyanjura on her reappointment to the position of Deputy Lord Mayor.

Am delighted that you returned to this office. Hon Doreen is known for her grit, perseverance, strong lady who puts people first before anything else. She is service driven who has always worked tirelessly in promoting unity amongst the masses.

Despite the variance in political parties, am rest assured of working together since our political parties have a common goal of liberating this country and working towards improving the livelihoods of the citizens of Kampala.

Congratulations on your well-deserved and long-overdue victory. Best wishes as you begin your new term in office.

Rt.Hon.Maala Zahrah Luyirika
Authority Council Speaker


Am glad for this day as i will be chairing my first ever council meeting! In this meeting ,the deputy lord Mayor will be appointed & approved plus appointments and approval of other members of the city executive committees.

Hope for the best deliberations always!

Rt.Hon. Maala Zahrah Luyirika
Authority Council Speaker


We have a chance to do something extraordinary. As we head out of this pandemic we can change the world. Create a world of love. A world where we are kind to each other. A world were we are kind no matter what class, race, sexual orientation, what religion or lack of or what job we have.

A world we don't judge those at the food bank because that may be us if things were just slightly different. Let love and kindness be our roadmap.

Rt.Zaharah Luyirika


A bad attitude is like a flat tire. If you don’t change it, you’ll never go anywhere..

Let's work on our attitudes towards life in this period!

Wish you well as we tussle down the pandemic!

Good evening Kampala!

.Hon. Zaharah Luyirika


Its now a public secret that Kampala is the epicentre of COVID19 !its high time to be responsible for own's health as we are waiting for interventions from government.

We wish everyone health, patience, and strength during this difficult time. Please keep in touch with us! Via flexibility and open communication we will all be able to keep services moving as closely as possible to a normal process.

But ;please prioritize the health and safety of yourselves, and others in your community, always

Wish you well!

Rt Hon.Zaharah Luyirika
Speaker -KCCA


We have already sought much from the lord Mayor and can't wait to uphold the city's critical legislative agendas. We have learnt a lot about Democratic processes.

A healthy democracy requires a decent society; it requires that we are honorable, generous, tolerant and respectful.

Rt. Hon.Zaharah Luyirika
Speaker -KCCA

Photos from Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA's post 08/06/2021

Hon. Nassaka Joyce a former councilor in Kawempe Urban Council representing the people of Mulago II has gone to be with Lord. Due to this pandemic and its restrictions, many of us will miss the chance to attend the send off of our fighter!

My deepest sympathies go out to her friends & family. May God give you the peace that you seek.

I hope that our Lord brings you and your family the much-needed peace during this sad time

Rest in Peace my friend!

Rt Hon.Zahrah Luyirika

Photos from Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA's post 07/06/2021

It is also a victory to know when to retreat...Am thankful to the NUP authorities for organising a leadership retreat and training for new KCCA lord councillors!

I was moved by the essence of unity, grit and team work during the ex*****on of our legislative agenda since we all know that,
If a team is to reach its potential, each player must be willing to subordinate his personal goals to the good of the team.

Thanks to all the attendees, trainers for this maiden retreat. We seem changed now, fired up and ready to steer the city's agenda without forgetting the cardinal duty we have to liberate this country! Indeed we are a crop of great leaders with the ability to inspire action through proper guidance and mentorship and use our knowledge to educate others along the way.

We shall deliver and we promise the Kampala Citizens the best service ever!


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On Behalf of the KCCA Authority Council,
Speaker Rt. Hon. Kawalya Abubaker and Deputy Speaker
Rt. Hon. Bruhan Byaruhanga Mugisha Whishes His Majesty Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi a Happy 66th BIRTHDAY


ADJUSTMENT: Notice is given to the effect that the earlier scheduled resumed Ordinary Authority Council Meeting has been postponed to Wednesday 14th April 2021 in the KCCA Lower Gardens at City Hall starting at 10:00am.

The deferment has been prompted by the need to accord the Joint Committee exploring the KCCA Market Ordinance sufficient time to conclude the task.

The last time Council convened (Wednesday 31 March 2021), it was resolved that the City Executive Committee further engages with the relevant stakeholders to fine-tune the Market Ordinance to avoid rescinding the same.


A dark crowd hovers over Lubaga, Kampala, the Central Region, and Uganda in general, following the upsetting news of the demise of Kampala Archbishop, His grace Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, who has been reportedly found dead in his bed.

My last memory of Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga was the document he read on behalf of the Uganda Joint Christian Council yesterday during the way of the cross, where he fervidly condemned human rights violations in Uganda.

The entire KCCA Authority Council condole with the Catholic community, the clergy, the bereaved family, and all the people of Uganda. May His Soul Rest in Eternal Peace.


WE are saddened by the demise of our Parent, scholar, friend and political analyst Dr. Anas Abdunoor Kaliisa, the director of Salaam Charity. Dr. Kaliisa has gone at a time when the country is in crossroads, hence needed him the most.

The late has been a strong advocate of Islamic Banking, whose implementation is still being frustrated by the Central Bank that has so far failed to put in place the Central Shari’a Advisory Council, a key operationalization facet in the setup.

Our condolences to the bereaved family and the Muslim. Community. Inna Lillahi wa inna illaihi Rajihuuna


Receiving the casket of Al-Haji Nasser Ntege Sebaggala at City Hall


The Speaker's Chambers have learnt with deep sorrow the untimely death of former Kampala Mayor Al Haji Nasser Ntege Sebaggala, who passed on this morning at IHK.
Innalillahi wainallilahi rajoun


Rest in Peace our beloved comrade


The Speaker's Chambers mourn Zulphar Nansereko, who happens to be a blood sister to Hon. Fatumah Nsereko, the female Authority Councilor representing Kampala Central.

May her soul rest in eternal peace. Inna lillahi wa Inna ilaihi rajioon!

Photos from Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA's post 18/08/2020

KAMPALA Speaker Rt. Hon. Kawalya Abubaker, who happens to be the custodian of the Rules of Procedure of Council wishes to remind members and the people of Kampala that the Ordinary Council Meeting which failed to convene on 30/07/2020 and on 13/08/2020 due to quorum deficiency was fixed for tomorrow Wednesday 19/2020 in the Lower City Hall Gardens starting at 10:00am. The Order of the Business is as follows: -

1. Anthems.
2. Authority Prayer.
3. Communication from the Chair.
4. Presentation of Bills for Ordinance: -
i) Kampala City Green Infrastructure Ordinance, 2019 (2nd Reading)
ii) KCCA Historical Buildings & Sites Ordinance, 2020 (2nd Reading)
5. Report on rebranding of KCCA
6. Presentation of a report on Stimulus Package for Businesses in the City
7. Report on St. Balikuddembe Market Operations
8. Report on Street Naming
9. Adjournment


Congratulations Joshua Cheptegei upon setting a new 5000m World Record [12:35.36] at the Diamond League in Monaco. You bring so much honor and pride to our Country 🇺🇬.


The entire leadership at KCCA Honor His Majesty the Kabaka, the Katikiro and all the people of Buganda Kingdom on KABAKA'S 27th Coronation Anniversary.


It has taken me time to come to terms with the reality of the day that the State through it's agencies could raid Radio Simba premises and arrest Binsangawaano morning show presenters also known as BIZONTO Comdedy Official accusing them of promoting sectarianism.

It is so unfortunate that the State can without shame, raid an independent media House in broad day light and rough-up presenters doing their job.

The Gold Medal winning sectarian is not the one who talks about sectarianism but rather, the one who practices and promotes so.

Brethren Julius Sserwanja aka Kidomoole, Mbabaali Maliseeri - Uncle Luyuguumo, Sssaabakaaki Peter - Omzinyuuzi and Gold Ki Matono - Opeto, my thoughts are with you and doing our best....

Photos from Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA's post 14/07/2020

It has been a baptism of teargas and live bullets as Hon. Kawalya Abubaker returned his nomination forms to Kamwokya People Power Coordination Centre this afternoon.

Speaker Kawalya is seeking People Power's endorsement to contest for Lubaga North Member of Parliament in the forthcoming elections, code named

Despite the flying bullets and teargas cocktail, Kawalya's fan who have been in hundreds have not forsaken their darling and Lubaga North hopeful.

Photos from Defiant Matn's post 28/06/2020

Vox populi vox Dei


On this beautiful and lovely occasion we wish you a day filled with cherished moments. Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Joel Ssenyonyi


The compodium of electoral laws to wit;
1. The Constitution of the Republic of Uganda
2. The Electoral Commission Act
3. Political Parties and Organisation Act (2005)
4. Political Parties and Organisations (Amendment) (No.2) Act, 2010;
5. Political Parties and Organisations (Amendment) (No.4) Act, 2010;
6. Paliamentary Election Act 2005
7. Local Government Act
8. National Women's Council (Amendment) Act, 2010
9. National Youth Council (Amendment) Act, 2010
10. Referendum & Other Provisions Act
11. Specific Provisions on Disability
.... do not provide for "Scientific Elections"



Catch the Speaker Rt. Hon. Kawalya Abubaker on Radio Bilal 94.1fm this evening between 6pm and 8pm articulating matters of Great National Importance.

Photos from Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA's post 24/06/2020

The water levels on lake Victoria are steadily decreasing, although still high. These are some of the preliminary findings of the KCCA adhoc committee that Authority Council which convened on Monday 22 June, 2020 tasked to investigate the rate at which the raising water levels on Lake Victoria has affected the people of Kampala.

The committee comprising of Speaker Kawalya Abubaker, Deputy Speaker Rt. Hon. Bruhan Mugisha, Public Health Standing Committee Chairperson Hon. Ssegirinya Muhammad, Hon. Zamini Nsibambi, Hon. Rashidah Naluwooza, Hon. Okwera Mugisha, Hon. Alice Amon, Hon. Daudi Lwanga, Hon. Nakabugo Faridah, Hon. Ismail Tabalamule, etc have spent the day in the field ascertaining it's impact.

Areas visited include Luzira Port Bell in Nakawa Division and Ggaba Landing Site in Mmakindye Division, and a comprehensive report is yet to be made and presented to the floor of the KCCA Authority Council.

KCCA Speaker and the team have discovered that indeed

For the case of Luzira Port Bell, it has been ascertained that our people must bee assisted.

The field activity continues to Makindye Urban Division particularly; Ggaba Landing site.

Photos from Office of the Authority Speaker at KCCA's post 24/06/2020

HAPPENING NOW: The indomitable KCCA Speaker Rt. Hon. Kawalya Abubaker, Deputy Speaker Rt. Hon. Bruhan Mugisha together with Authority Council members to wit; Hon. Alice Amony, Hon. Mugisha Moses Okwera, Hon. Hhappy Nasasira, Hon. Naluwooza Rashidah, Hon. Daudi Lwanga, Hon. Ddamba Ismail Kisuze, Hon. Faridah Nakabugo, Hon. Ismail Tabalamule, Hon. Nisbambi Zamin Masunge, and the Public Health Chairperson Hon. Segirinya Muhammad are on a fact finding mission on areas affected by the raising water levels on Lake Victoria.

For the case of Luzira Port Bell, it has been ascertained that our people must bee assisted.

The field activity continues to Makindye Urban Division particularly; Ggaba Landing site.



Article 40(2) of the Constitution safeguards peoples' Right to Work. For avoidance of doubt, it stipulates that:

‘Every person in Uganda has the right to practice his or her profession and to carry on any lawful occupation, trade or business.’

Article 6 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1976) affirms the international recognition of the right to work in the following terms:

‘States Parties to the present Covenant recognize the right to work, which includes the right of everyone to the opportunity to gain his living by work which he freely chooses or accepts, and will take appropriate steps to safeguard this right.’

Under Article 15 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (1981), every individual shall have the right to work under equitable and satisfactory conditions and receive equal pay for equal work.

Thus, the Constitutional provision on the right to work is in tandem with regional and international instruments.

In view of the above, the ongoing police swoop operation against City traders, who have become quite innovative by resorting to transacting business in their cars during these post Corona Virus economic hardships is inhumane, uncalled for, challengeable and ulter vires the law.


Our prayers and thoughts are with Comrade 'Mwoyo gwa Gwanga' who is battling with kidney complications, hence, the need to undergo surgery. Wishing you a quick recovery brother


On behalf of the people of Kampala, the designated Kampala leadership mourns Gen. Wasswa Kasirye Ggwanga.

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