Why UNRA’s Top Highway Boss Suddenly Resigned after 6 years?

Eng. Moses Kaggwa Luwemba delivering his speech at UNRA Head offices recently

Summary:

  • Eng. Moses Kaggwa Luwemba has resigned from his position as head of Highways at the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) after six years. The reasons for his departure are unclear, but sources suggest he was often excluded from significant activities.

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KAMPALA, (Examiner) – Eng. Moses Kaggwa Luwemba, the head of Highways at the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), has resigned after six years in his role.

The reasons for his resignation remain unclear, but sources suggest he was frequently excluded from significant activities, particularly foreign travel opportunities.

During his tenure at UNRA, Eng. Kaggwa made substantial contributions, including designing several neglected roads. Notable projects under his leadership include the roads connecting Mpigi to Nakawuka, Kisubi to Nakawuka, Natete to Nakawuka, and Kitara to Gerenge.

Eng. Kaggwa resigned two weeks ago, and a send-off ceremony was held at the UNRA headquarters in Nakawa Division, Kampala. At the event, he expressed gratitude to UNRA for the opportunity to work with them for the past five years. He noted that he learned a lot from his colleagues and believed they also learned from him.

Sources close to Eng. Kaggwa revealed that he plans to start his own engineering company, where he expects to earn more than the Shs9 million he was receiving monthly at UNRA. He is currently resting at his residence in Garuga zone, Katabi Town Council, Wakiso district, while managing his personal businesses, including a bar and a unisex salon.

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