Speaking during a virtual meeting on Thursday, Aeko Ongodia, a founder and Chief Executive Officer of a XENO investments, a financial advisory company, said that basing on the current situation where businesses are struggling to stand again after corona virus hit, investment clubs were better off not putting their eggs in one basket.
Barishaki also noted that even if the government says that it is encouraged by the reduction on maternal mortality rates, the levels reached are still not good enough taking into account the resources available to this government.
In all the six districts in the region, NRM party delegates overwhelming voted for both Kadaga and Tana for the positions of Second Vice-Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson for Eastern Region respectively.
In the report, Auditor General John Muwanga noted that although the Ministry budgeted to spend 2.7 billion Shillings to support computerized driving permit, only 2.3 billion Shillings was released but the Ministry never utilized the funds fully.
Dr. James Kanyije, the Executive Director of KK Foods Limited said on Thursday that bankers had let farmers down by classifying the sector as risky. He said they are expected to put interventions to de-risk the sector to help it grow.
Emmanuel Mbonye, one of the delegates, says the system is likely to fuel disunity in the party. He says in the past candidates would celebrate with all voters irrespective of whether or not they voted for them since it was done through secret ballot.
UCI Executive Director Dr. Jackson Orem who received the delegation said this was the second time the ambassador was visiting having last visited two years ago to explore possibilities of Uganda using the country's advancements in cancer care.
The market, which will accommodate about 800 vendors, will house food stalls, restaurants, banks, clinics, salons, fruit and vegetable stands, butcheries and a daycare centre. It consists of 467 stalls and 311 lockup shops.
When our reporter spoke to Health Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng about the delayed response to the two cases, she said it wasn’t possible that the two hadn't yet been linked to care given the high rate of transmission in the country.
But according to Mao, Dr Kizza Besigye has been a formidable force in challenging Museveni’s rule and that next year’s election is going to be the biggest test for FDC. He says that even though nature abhors a vacuum, Besigye leaves a vacuity that can never be filled.
Detectives said an average cost of investigating a defilement or economic case is 1.5 million shillings. However, the costs double when the case is aggravated defilement, murder or corruption cases that include DNA examinations, forensic analysis, handwriting study and electronic transactions.