Kampala Capital City Authority [KCCA] executive director, Jennifer Musisi, and Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago have finally reconciled.
The two rivals at city hall were seen shaking hands and smiling heartily on Wednesday afternoon.
Musisi ends her 7 years of service as KCCA head on 15th December 2018.
“My team and I called on the Lord Mayor and his Deputy,” she shared images of herself and a happy Lukwago.
When Musisi, who recently tendered in her resignation to President Yoweri Museveni, took to the podium to list her achievements in what appeared to be a farewell address to the legislators, she said under her leadership, a total of 210 kilometres of roads have been constructed, with a total of over 240km of road works on-going.
Musisi said political fights have been her major frustration at KCCA.
“We [technical team] have a mandate, the politicians have a mandate; I think it is important for each to play their role. It [politics] has cost us a lot personally,” she said, adding that there is a lot to be done.
Musisi had a long rivalry dating to the acrimonious impeachment of Lukwago in 2013 and has since been accused of political witch-hunt.