As the country continues to discuss the departure of the KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi the city hall, many have been wondering what could be the next move for lady who was talk of the nation between 2011 and 2016.
During her grace period, Musisi inspected several projects in Kampala with president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and on some occasions, the inspections were done at night when the likes of Lukwago are sleeping at their homes.
The trend however, changed after president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni lost miserably to opposition strongman Dr Kizza Besigye in Kampala.
Several president Museveni right hand men like Fredie Ruhindi, the then Deputy Attorney General also lost to FDC flag bearer Michael Kabaziruka as the MP for Nakawa Division.
Lukwago even garnered more votes than he had in 2011 forcing president Museveni to parade publicly madam Musisi as the reason for the NRM poor performance in Kampala.
It is important to note that, Musisi is not the first person to abruptly resign her post, her mentor Allen Kagina previously did the same only to be reappointed by Museveni as UNRA boss few months later.
Sources within state house told us that Jenifer Musisi is likely to bounce back within the shortest possible period as her performance was appreciated by the president over the couple of years.
It is said Musisi is likely to be appointed as Commissioner General Uganda Revenue Authority replacing Doris Akol who is currently not in good term with president Museveni.
Rumours within the tax body is that, for long Akol and Museveni were not in good books and Museveni has secretly looking for for replacement.
While in Kenya, Museveni singly criticised URA whom he accused of sleeping too much leading to less collection revenue.
Musisi previously worked in URA and is considered as a perfect replacement for Akol who has on several occasions failed to collect the tax above the projected targets.
The is government currently broke as a result of less taxes being collected and this has dragged behind several government projects including operationalization of new districts and municipalities.
With URA as a possible place for Mrs Musisi, other options are also available for her like being appointed as minister in the next reshuffle.
She is also being lined up as the next Principal Private Secretary of president Museveni replacing Molly Kyomukama.