The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) says that the brands from Bidco Africa, Pwani Oil Products Ltd, Kapa Oil Refineries Ltd and Menengai Oil Refineries Ltd. failed to meet the required standards as specified in the Fortified Edible Oils and Fats Specifications.,
The Uganda Registration Services Bureau, the agency responsible for the registration of businesses, intellectual property, civil registration and business insolvency, has already settled in the 12-storey building located on Plot 1, Baskerville Avenue. The building also has four basement floors.
In a statement published on the NIMD website on Wednesday evening and confirmed by its Country Director Frank Rusa, the Institute noted that as a key partner of Ugandan political parties, it is ready to continue supporting the process toward a new Memorandum of Understanding for IPOD and would only consider continuing to host the secretariat if IPOD is fully inclusive.
Museveni argues that the Judiciary cannot be entirely independent of the other arms of the government and proposes that there should be a convergence of principles of justice because he sees a problem if it's only the judiciary that is benefiting to the detriment of the citizens.
Security personnel identified the suspects as Kenneth Bongomin, a renowned land broker, and Charles Ojara, a soldier guarding a farm belonging to the late Gen. Paul Lokech, the former Deputy Inspector of Police.
The commonest of these services has been the growth on electronic finance that follows or is based on the mobile money mode, mainly focused on transfer or payment, but they have increasingly diversified into agriculture extension and trade, among others.
According to the Executive Secretary of the NBRB Flavia Bwire, the now banned Steel-Timber-Concrete composite building method is a patented method by a Ugandan she declined to name, and has been used in the construction of a few storied buildings in Kampala.
Musasizi notes that the country’s tax contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is low at only 13.5 percent compared to the government's expenditure which stands around 23 percent, leaving an annual deficit of over 9percent of GDP that must be financed by borrowing.