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Solomon Muyita leaves Judiciary after six years

Solomon Muyita has left the Judiciary to join the Energy Ministry as the new Spokesperson (PHOTO /File)

KAMPALA, UGANDA: Solomon Muyita has resigned as the Judiciary communications officer, the Daily Express has learnt.

This website has established that Muyita’s resignation cokes in the wake of being unveiled at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development as their new communications officer.

Muyita who has been at the Judiciary since 2014 handed over office on Friday, August 13 after six years at the helm.

He gratefully appreciated the Judiciary for giving him an opportunity to work with the institution over the past six years.

“Comrades, on August 13, I officially handed over my duties Judiciary. It’s been an incredible 6-year journey as Judiciary’s pioneer professional Spox, ” he wrote.

Muyita added: I want to say THANKYOU.

I will now focus on my new publicist role at Energy Ministry. Looking forward to the usual support.”

He previously worked as a station manager at the defunct WBS TV before joining the Judiciary arm of government.

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Muyita also served as Corporate and Regulatory Affairs Specialist at the British American Tobacco Uganda.


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