Kiiza Africa, the Programmes Officer at SEATINI, said a Cost Benefit Analysis will give a way forward on ascertaining the strengths and weaknesses of the project, how and whether Uganda will benefit from it.
In his testimony, Wakanyira said in 2007, he borrowed Shillings 170 million from the then Global Capital Savings, which belonged to Kavuya to clear a loan of Shillings 130 million with Housing Finance Bank.
Yesterday, George David Wakanyira, a former principle accountant of Kampala City Council accused Kavuya of taking over his hostel in Kataza zone in Bugoloobi and five rentals in Bweyogere.
Ogweng, whose arrest was sanctioned by Lt Col. Edith Nakalema, the Commandant of the State House Anti-Corruption Unit last week, is wanted for commissioning and supervising the handover of a contract for the management of Lira Coronation Park to Saving Grace Investment in disregard of procurement laws.
Last week, the suspects’ lawyers Humphrey Tumwesigye and Simon Peter Musangala from Musangala Advocates & Solicitors said they were taken by surprise and accused the State Attorney of smuggling in new evidence to pin the accused.
Bahati told parliament that although they had planned for elections as soon as the districts became operational, the processes were constrained by lack of finances. The government requires up to 2.4 billion Shillings to conduct elections in the new districts.
According to the new regulations, the group’s account signatories will be the Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer. The funds will be disbursed directly to group accounts, from the Ministry Project Account in Bank of Uganda rather than first sending it to the implementing ministry.
Watasa also supports clause 51 that bars landlords from subjecting tenants to annoyance. He, however, says the sanctions are very high because the Bill proposes a fine not exceeding 3 million shillings or one-year jail sentence or both for landlords who unlawfully annoy tenants.
The intervention follows fears that 63 pupils who sat their Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) at Butaaya Primary School in 2015 might fail to register for O’ level because of missing pass slips. Available information indicates that the pass slips were stolen during a break-in at the District Education Office in 2017.
Steven Olowo, an Urban Planner at the Ministry of Land and Urban Development, revealed during a stakeholders meeting held at Masaka mayor’s chambers on Monday, to review the performance of phase one projects that were implemented in the area.
According to Olow0, their high level evaluations on Masaka’s performance of first phase of funding have showed better results, thereby qualifying the municipality to another set of funding.
The Norwegian Refugee Council is now calling on donor countries to take more responsibility for the 1.2 million refugees living in Uganda, a poverty-stricken nation, shouldering a responsibility on persons escaping violence and bloodshed in countries across the region. Uganda is hosting refugees from South Sudan, DR Congo, Burundi, Somalia, Rwanda, Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia.