The Centre which comprises of offices for the Resident State Attorney, police station and court premises for the Chief Magistrate and Grade One Magistrate will cost one billion shillings and is to be funded under the Justice, Low and Order Sector JLOS.
A primary dealer is a well-capitalised financial institution that has an undertaking with the Central Bank to facilitate Open Market Operations as well as be the conduit for market making. There have been six Primary Dealer banks namely Stanbic Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, dfcu Bank, Barclays Bank, Bank of Baroda and Centenary Bank which are the first contact with BoU.
Announcing this years primary dealership winner, Bank of Uganda Governor, Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile acknowledged the role Stanbic played especially for its participation in the primary auctions, market making capabilities, consistent pricing as well as timely market intelligence.
He was presenting before parliament, a statement on the status of Ugandas membership to The Hague based court following fears that Uganda was likely to end its relationship with the court, in the wake of withdrawals by South Africa, Burundi and The Gambia.
According to Uganda Management Institute, only 2.4 billion Shillings is recoverable, out of the outstanding receivables balance of 7.8 billion Shillings from student debtors recommended by institutions.
President Yoweri Museveni is expected to address two political rallies in support of the National Resistance Movement-NRM party candidate James Nabinson Kidega. The rallies will be held at Pajule Primary School and Atanga Primary School.
Ugandas Under 18 Basketball team will make a debut appearance at the Federation of International Basketball AssociationFIBA three on three 3x3 World Cup in Chengdu, China. The Uganda mens team will be the only team representing Africa in the world event to be held this year from June 28 - July 2.
Jennifer Musisi, the Executive Director, Kampala Capital City Authority, said she had confidence in Indian women from the first day they approached her with the proposal to renovate city schools. Musisi noted that education is the biggest investment that the Indian women will make in Uganda.
David Okello, the District Vector Control Officer says they have received enough drugs from World Vision Uganda to be administered to persons who have never received any kind of treatment against Bilharzia.