Gen Katumba Wamala: Uganda Airlines bosses are not fired

The Minister of Works and Transport, Gen Edward Katumba Wamala has dismissed reports that recommended top Uganda Airlines managers have been fired.

As per the reports, an obscure number of the public transporter top organization including Chief Executive Officer Cornwell Muleya and the Board of Directors had been suspended with impact from Wednesday this week for at any rate three months to take into consideration a free examination.

Gen Wamala has, notwithstanding, said that the reports are false.

Wamala said in a tweet, “I might want to explain these hypotheses about top Uganda Airlines supervisors being suspended. In view of the low rhythm tasks brought about by COVID-19, and the reality we have not yet begun the long stretch activities, top administration at the Uganda Airlines were approached to disappear.”

Gen Wamala, under whose watch the aircraft falls said that this was done to, in addition to other things, train and test agents so the Uganda Airlines has quality confirmation at the top.

“This was done to prepare and test appointees so we have quality affirmation, let top administration rest and plan for the long stretch confirmation, gathered leave would cost the aircraft sooner or later,” Wamala said.

The Minister asked the media and public to stop hypotheses and spotlight on supporting Uganda Airlines to better the country.

Uganda Airlines on Friday reported the dates of its first of the arranged long stretch flights, which is a non-stop trip to Johannesburg, South Africa beginning May 31, 2021.

As indicated by CEO Cornwell Muleya, other long stretch flights are currently being declared soon.

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