Kampala Capital City Authority has arrested 15 people for littering the city during the Christmas period. Peter Kaujju KCCA communications officer identifies some of the arrested as Benon Kasule, David Mawanda and Paul Iga who were allegedly spotted and arrested by the KCCA enforcement officers while littering the city along Nabugabo Road.
Fifteen people have been arrested for littering the city.
Ronald Ssesanga, the manager Mini price restaurant in Kampala was arrested for throwing out a mineral water bottle through his car window.
The other suspects are Benon Kasule, David Mawanda, and Paul Iga.
Peter Kauju, the KCCA communications officer, said on Tuesday that the three were arrested after they were found littering the city along Nabugabo road.
Kaujju says that under the KCCA Solid Waste Management 2000, the responsibility of garbage lies on the accumulator, and warns that anyone who violates the ordinance risks prosecution.
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On Thursday, the KCCA Magistrate James Wambaya remanded Pius Katini, an administrative officer of a bank in Kampala, to Luzira Prison for dumping solid waste at Speke Road in Kampala.
Kaujju says that the exercise to enforce the solid waste management ordinance shall be a routine exercise by KCCA enforcement officers until there is behavioral change in the city.
Jennifer Musisi Ssemakula, the KCCA executive director in November launched the keep Kampala City Yange Clean campaign.
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