The largest share of the resource envelope is towards the Human Capital Development programme that entails (Health, Education and Gender) at 8.74 trillion. This is followed by Governance and Security at 7.03 trillion, Integrated Transport Infrastructure and Services getting 4.17 trillion, Sustainable Energy Development with 1.6 trillion, and Agro-Industrialization getting 1.26 trillion.
“In the case of Sudhir, didn’t he sign an agreement to pay Bank of Uganda; didn’t the Supreme Court of this country nullify that agreement and said the receivership of Crane Bank was illegal?" Muwema asked. "There are also very many judgements to that effect. So, when you do an illegal agreement, even if we sign and even put figure prints, the agreement is illegal; it will be nullified whether you paid money or not."
He then lamented, "So now I have no opponent, I’m in the ring alone!”
Tax exemption has always been a controversial topic among the ordinary Ugandans who have always opposed them. However, it is provided for in the national and the east African protocols. The government has always used it to entice foreign investments for economic development.
Nyenga Division Vice Chairperson Charles Bobo says they reported the matter to concerned authorities though have never received any response, adding that businesses in the area are currently struggling.
The MPs observe that Clause 4 of the Agreement infringes on the exercise of the functions of Parliament in article 79 of the constitution of Uganda and is therefore, illegal, unconstitutional and unlawful, and puching for the same deal would show the people who "exactly the enemy is."
Engineer John Paul Musimami, the Deputy Executive Director in Charge of Compliance at UNBS advises consumers to get more vigilant while purchasing goods from suppliers to ensure that they get the right quantities and the quality they pay for.