By Wilber Muhwezi-Kasibante and Felix Nuwagaba
Following the swearing in of the embattled Bushenyi district service commission last week, the chairperson district service Mrs. Lydia Rwakishaya and the two members have vowed to work with the district chairman who blocked their appointments for a year and two months.
In an exclusive interview with www.mknewslink.com today afternoon, Rwakishaya and Team told this website that they are willing to work with anyone in the district for the betterment of people of Bushenyi as well as the entire district.
They revealed that the reason why they didn’t sue the district chairman for blocking their appointment, they knew that the truth would come out at one point and indeed it came out last week. “We were approved by the public service commission and we were sure that the truth would come out and it did last week” Rwakashaya and team observed.
Mrs Rwakishaya together with Julius Ishungisha and Nathan Behangana assumed office last week following the high court ruling that ruled in favor of the three amidst protests by many of the district councilors and Chairman Jaffari Bassajjabalaba.
On the issue of vacant posts in the district, they said the job advert will be out soon but they are waiting for the town clerks and the Chief Administrative Officer to submit in vacant positions in the district and municipality.
The jolly men and woman whom we found in office at Bushenyi district park yard assured www. mknewslink.com editors that ‘’were are ready to work with the district chairman, council and all the people and we are not going to put into account what happened before we took over this office Bushenyi’’