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Entebbe Municipality Launches PDM

Entebbe Municipality Launches PDM: A Bold Step Towards Prosperity

Entebbe, September 11, 2023 – In a significant stride towards improving the lives of households entrenched in the subsistence economy, Entebbe Municipality proudly unveiled the Parish Development Modal (PDM).

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Entebbe Municipal Council Bids Farewell to Mr.Charles Magumba and Welcomes New Town Clerk

On the 7th of March 2023, the Entebbe Municipal Council held a farewell party for their former Town Clerk, Mr Charles Magumba, and welcomed their new Town Clerk, Mr Emmanuel Mugisha Gakyaro. The event was held at Paniele Beach in Entebbe and was attended by many notable guests, including the Mayor of Entebbe, His Worship Fabrice Rulinda, the former Mayor of Entebbe, Steven Kabuye, a delegation from Masaka City led by their Mayor, Her Worship Florence Namayanja, the former MP of Entebbe, Rose Tumusiime, as well as the technical and political team of the Entebbe Municipal Council.
During the farewell party, the Mayor took the time to express his gratitude towards Mr Charles Magumba, thanking him for his dedicated service to the community during his time as the Town Clerk. The Mayor also welcomed Mr Emmanuel Mugisha Gakyaro to his new position, expressing his confidence in his ability to continue to lead the Entebbe Municipal Council towards success.
The event was not only a time for farewells and welcomes, but also an opportunity to recognize and honor retired staff members who had previously served the community. The Mayor awarded gifts to these individuals, expressing his appreciation for their dedication and hard work over the years.
Overall, the farewell party for former Town Clerk Charles Magumba and the welcoming of new Town Clerk Emmanuel Mugisha Gakyaro was a significant event for the Entebbe Municipal Council. It was an opportunity for the community to come together and show their appreciation for those who have dedicated their time and efforts towards the betterment of their town.

Entebbe Town clerk handover

Entebbe receives town clerk

Entebbe Municipal Council witnessed a momentous occasion as the former town clerk, Mr. Charles Magumba, handed over his responsibilities to the new town clerk, Mr. Mugisha Emmanuel Gakyaro. The event was graced by the presence of the Mayor, Mr. Rulinda Fabrice Brad.

Mr. Magumba served as the town clerk for over a decade, and during his tenure, he initiated numerous development projects that transformed the town. He was praised for his dedication, professionalism, and exceptional leadership skills, which enabled him to effectively manage the council’s affairs.

In his farewell speech, Mr. Magumba expressed his gratitude to the council members, the mayor, and the people of Entebbe for their unwavering support during his tenure. He also congratulated his successor, Mr. Emmanuel, and urged him to uphold the same level of dedication and commitment in his new role.

Mr. Emmanuel, who was appointed through a rigorous selection process, expressed his appreciation for the trust and confidence bestowed upon him by the council. He pledged to work diligently towards achieving the council’s objectives and priorities, including improving service delivery and promoting accountability and transparency.

The Mayor, Mr. Rulinda Fabrice Brad, congratulated Mr. Emmanuel on his appointment and thanked Mr. Magumba for his outstanding service to the town. He noted that the council had achieved significant milestones under Mr. Magumba’s leadership, and he hoped that Mr. Emmanuel would continue the same trajectory.

The event was marked by a symbolic handover of the town clerk’s office keys, which was witnessed by the council members and staff. The outgoing town clerk, Mr. Magumba, handed over the keys to his successor, Mr. Emmanuel, signifying the formal transfer of power.

The ceremony ended with a vote of thanks to Mr. Magumba for his exceptional service to the council and the town of Entebbe. The new town clerk, Mr. Emmanuel, was urged to work closely with the council members and staff to ensure a smooth transition and continued progress in the town’s development.