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18:40
18:40

Under Funding Of Local Gov'ts Undermining Decentralisation Policy-Experts Budget 4

According to the planned expenditure, 82% of the budget will be managed by the central government, while local governments get 16%, which the experts say is too little to enable local governments operate effectively.
18:30
18:30

Cross Border Business Booms at Elegu Despite Transport Ban Elegu Township 3 1

Joseph Nyeko, a cross border fuel dealer in Elegu explains that business is continuing normally without any interference as long as one puts on a face mask, sanitizes hands and observes social distancing rules.
16:07
16:07

Uganda Odd Man Out as East African Countries Raise Expenditures

The countries continue to rely heavily on borrowing although some, like Uganda, intend to reduce how much they borrowed this year. In total, the countries plan to borrow more than USD 18 billion, to fund the turnaround of the economies battered by COVID-19, as well as ongoing and new infrastructure projects, among other areas.
14:18
14:18

COVID-19: Rwandair Suspends Flights to Uganda 1

RwandAir announced that its flights will be suspended until further notice. As a result, the two flights from Entebbe to Kigali that were scheduled for Friday, at 4 pm and after 10 pm have been cancelled and the airline advised the affected passengers to re-book to fly at a later date or ask for refunds.
13:26
13:26

Motorists In Bududa Complain Of Illegal Fines By Police Uganda Police Force

The motorists in Bududu have said police is simply fining motorists at their own rates instead of giving them official recipients as communicated by the president.
12:28
12:28

Bus, Taxi Parks in Gulu Deserted as Operators Heed to Inter-district Travel Ban cargo trucks 1 2

Patrick Bongomin, the Manager of Makome Bus Company said they have parked all their fleets with exception of cargo trucks.
11:12
11:12

Former Councilors in Arua Protest Over Unpaid Allowances 3 1

The councillors who converged at the former division offices claim the division owes them more than 15 Million Shillings which has accrued over eleven months.
10:36
10:36

Mbale City Suffers UGX 2B Revenue Shortfall as Financial Year Ends 3

The council's financial officer Richard Mabala explains that the shortfall in the revenue collections was mainly caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. He says that the city was not able to collect revenue as anticipated at a time when businesses were closed, and the level of activity was suffocated.
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