Razia Khan, the Africa economist for the bank, told reporters on Wednesday that there was likelihood that money charged on loans for businesses will remain high but government push to be seen investing in infrastructure projects towards elections will push the growth up.
Keng accuses Bosmic of snubbing his concerts in Moroto and Kotido even after receiving payment. According to the posters of the concert, Bosmic was expected perform in Moroto and Kotido districts together with other artists on January 17th and 18th respectively.
Kimono claims to be the registered proprietor of the plot under contention. Following the court injunction, Kimono’s lawyer, Samuel Wegoye Advocates wrote to all the tenants on January 24th informing them that they have been paying rent illegally to Pastor Musayi.
In his presentation on Tuesday evening, the Finance Committee Chairperson, Henry Musasizi explained that the Bank of Uganda Act, 2000 provides that government is authorized to issue securities for recapitalising BOU where its capital impaired.