KCCA Central Division and BLB exchange ideas on how to work together to improve their work relationships
Buganda Land Board in its endeavors to create and promote mutually beneficial relationships is involved in advocacy meetings. These are done periodically on appointment with specified organizations including financial institutions, Banks, government bodies, security agencies, estate developers, urban authorities and media houses among others.
These advocacy meetings involve sensitization sessions about BLB’s activities to their audiences, so that they get to understand the company’s operations better and forge a way forward on how best they can work together and benefit from each other.
In some of these meetings, it has been discovered that several participants in attendance are occupants on Kabaka’s land and in this case have been advised to regularize their tenancy while the BLB team has also been advised to comply with relevant organizations as required.
The acting Town Clerk Ms Kyoshabire Florence(in red) introducing her KCCA ,Central Division team to BLB staff in one of the sessions.
These meetings proved to be fruitful for both parties, i.e. the BLB and whichever organization is involved. Banks like Centenary, Equity, and Opportunity among others, have benefited from this arrangement as well as BLB . KCCA has signed a memorandum of understanding in which both parties have benefitted. Some Survey and law firms, various service providers, Ministry of lands have also had various meetings to ensure that there is a beneficial service flow for the respective clients.
There have been tremendous mutually beneficial relationships between BLB and its audiences to the extent that some clients have even appeared on the BLB/CBS radio program ‘ettaka ye Nyaffe‘ to articulate issues that in the long run benefit both BLB and our clients’ audiences.