The Deputy Court Registrar, Janeva Natukunda issued the interim injunction following an application filed by five companies claiming part of the old taxi park. Court has set November 8th, 2021 to hear the main petition.
Fred Mayanja, one of the vendors who has been roasting chicken in the market since 2015, says that Kalema, who claims to own the space they operate from, keeps threatening to evict them for declining to pay monthly dues.
Fahad Ssensuwa, the Africa EXIM bank lead person in East Africa, says the initiative, among other objectives, wanted to bring back international financing institutions that had left the African continent on grounds that it was hard and expensive to get information from the businesses in Africa.
Teddy Layet, a businesswoman operating a grinding mill in Pager division says the unplanned power outages have left many people jobless since most of their work is dependent on electricity supply. She is concerned that criminals are taking advantage of the darkness that covers the area at night to cause havoc in homes and on the roadside.
Our vision and that of our President, HE Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is to cause social-economic transformation of the country through creating jobs, especially for our young people and addressing the needs of the 39 percent of our population who are still outside the money economy.
Eng. George Otim, the Commissioner in charge of Health Infrastructure says that Although the overall progress of the World Bank-funded project now stands at 99 per cent, the contractor has to fix some mechanical works within the medical building and block C that houses the mortuary, pathologist's office, janitor's office and the laundry.
The traders explained that at first they thought Kabale Municipal Council would fault them for operating in a place not gazetted by authorities as a market until Justus Tinyinondi, the contractor in charge of markets started charging them 1,000 shillings every Monday and Friday when they converged along Bwankosya street for business.
In the notice of intention to take over the fuel company, the lawyers; Ligomarc Advocates, said they had appointed Kabiito Karamagi as receiver for MOGAS, whose full name is Maestrol Oil and Gas Solutions, until the bank recovers all its money. THe notice has also been received by the Uganda Police Force.
Florence Nsubuga, the Chief Operations Officer at UMEME says they have halted the operation to carry assessments due to public complaints of high-handedness that have been brought against their field enforcement teams.
Earlier this year as economies picked up, pump prices in Uganda rose sharply from 3,700 Shillings to 4,150 Shillings per litre of petrol at Shell and Total stations and have been largely stable since April. New tax measures also saw a 100 Shillings increase in the Excise Duty per litre, although this did not take immediate effect on the prices, at least in the first two months of the financial year.
The Town Council has a population of 17,000 people with more than 500 of them engaged in cross-border trade. They deal in general merchandise, agricultural produce, hardware, restaurants and supermarkets among others.
URBRA which is mandated to regulate and supervise the establishment, management and operation of retirement benefits schemes in Uganda levies a compulsory annual fee paid by NSSF and other retirement benefits schemes of up to 0.0256 % of the Total Asset Value in the statement of financial position.
The pilot project has seen 25 villages, eight trading centres and selected public institutions that have not been not part of the national electricity grid in Lamwo district with more expected to be connected to the power grid.
Through their lawyer, Geoffrey Baluku of Bagyenda and Co Advocates, the traders contend that URA and the director of fisheries resources at the Kenya-Uganda one-stop border point properly inspected the fish in the truck and placed a verification seal on their products.
“Susan's being in office today, is a sign that we are not in a fight, it is a chance for her prepare and leave office honourably as we await official handover” the RCC added.
It remains to be seen if Susan will manage to enter the office as the new week begins.
According to John Paul Mpalanyi, the Kyotera County MP, who is spearheading the campaign, the majority of coffee farmers are worried that the legislation is intended to give more powers to the government to cripple their efforts.