Lukwago names Besigye’s top supporter, Nyanjura Doreen new deputy Lord Mayor

Lukwago names Besigye’s top supporter , Nyanjura Doreen new deputy Lord Mayor. Whisper Eye Updates

Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has appointed Dr Kiiza Besigye’s top supporter Nyanjura Doreen his deputy after president Museveni appointment Hajjat Sarah Kanyike Ssebbagala new director of Gender, community services and production at the Authority.

Hon Nyanjula Doreen is the female lord councillor representing Makerere University.

Democratic Party (DP) supporters had requested Mr Lukwago to replace Hajjat Sarah with Lord Councillor Kataabu Moses who is on DP ticket.

Reliable sources intimate to Whisper Eye news at KCCA told us that Lord Mayor Lukwago refused, on grounds that Mr Kataabu is a pro Bobi Wine councillor.

The source also told this website that Mr Lukwago was annoyed when Mr Kawalya Abubarker defeated Nyanjura on the post of KCCA speaker.

Erias Lukwago and her new Deputy Lord Mayor Doreen

Thus Nyanjura’s appointment was a revenge card against Mr Kawalya, and his supporters.

Ms Nyanjura has been assigned to promote Dr Besigye’s interests at the Authority and boost his 2021 presidential bid.

Doreen Nyanjura was born circa 1989, in Fort Portal, Kabarole District, in the Western Region of Uganda.

She is the third-born, in a family of seven siblings.

Her parents separated when the children were still young; the children grew up with their father and visited their mother during school holidays.

Her father, Samson Muhenda, a schoolteacher, served as deputy headmaster at Nyakasura School.

Doreen attended primary school locally.

In 2003 she transferred to Kyebambe Girls’ Secondary School, in Fort Portal, where she completed her O-Level studies and obtained her Uganda Certificate of Education.

For her A-Level education, she attended Masheruka Girls School, at that time in Bushenyi District, but now in Sheema district.

At Musheruka Girls School, she graduated with a Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education.

In 2009, she was admitted to Makerere University, Uganda’s largest and oldest public university, graduating with a Bachelor in Tourism, three years later. As of December 2018.

She was enrolled in the postgraduate degree program of Master of Arts in Public Policy, at Makerere University.