New Zombo CAO urged to address human resource gaps

Mr David Lubuka, the newly Posted Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) of Zombo district

Zombo, (UG):- The newly posted Chief Administrative Officer of Zombo District, Mr David Lubuka has been urged by the district leadership to bridge staffing gaps in the different departments and ensure effective supervision, and transparent accountability during his reign.

Led by Zombo District Speaker Mr Hassan Ringtho, the leaders further urged Mr Lubuka to maximize the utilization of resources allocated for the district from the central government to avoid revocation to the national treasury by the end of the financial year without utilization.

Mr Ringtho, who spoke to DailyExpress articulated the need for timely accountability to better service delivery saying the district is currently faced with serious human resource gaps way below the required average percentage.

“I am equally interested in early accountability to enable early release from the central government to District to heads of departments then eventually the early implementation of planned projects,” Mr Ringtho emphasized during an interview.

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This publication further understands that the new Zombo Co, Mr Lubuka who replaces the former Chief Administrative Officer Mr Jacob Batemyeto reported to the station of work last Monday, March,11,2024. Mr Batemyeto departed the office after clocking the mandatory retirement age of 65.

Mr Lubuka pledged to execute the tasks aforementioned and elaborated on the distinctive roles of a Chief Administrative Officer, which is the custodian of all inventories of government and as well accountable for the liabilities of the district.

“I am a public officer, our work is guided by continuity coordination and supervision of local and central government programs,” Mr Lubuka said.

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