After 10 years, Godfrey Mutabazi is stepping down as Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) Boss. Replacing him is Irene K Sewankambo.
Irene K Sewankambo has been appointed to act as the executive director of Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), replacing Godfrey Mutabazi, whose 10-year contract expires on February 9.
She possesses a vast experience in the ICT sector spanning policy development, research, regulation and implementation in various aspects including internet development, licensing, universal access, quality of service, numbering resource management as well as promotion of research and innovation.
An engineer by profession, Mrs Sewankambo holds a Master of Science in Communications Systems and Signal Processing from University of Bristol in United Kingdom and a Master of Science in Economic Management and Policy (Business Economic Pathway) from University of Strathclyde in United Kingdom. She acquired her Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Makerere University Kampala.
She has replaced Godfrey Mutabazi who is an Aeronautical Engineer by profession and a registered member of the Royal Aeronautical Society of the United Kingdom, an Affiliate of the Institute of Engineers of the United Kingdom. He studied Aeronautical Engineering and Avionics at Perth College, University of Highlands and Islands, Scotland. He holds an MSC in Information and Communications Technologies (Software Engineering) with a bias in Spectrum Planning from the University Of Liverpool, United Kingdom.
He holds certification in Broadcasting Regulation from the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association and certification in Public Utilities Regulatory Course from the University of Florida / Worldbank.
Eng. Irene Kaggwa Ssewankambo, the Director Engineering & Communications Infrastructure, will take over as the Acting Executive Director at UCC stepping in office on 10th February.