Kiiza Africa, the Programmes Officer at SEATINI, said a Cost Benefit Analysis will give a way forward on ascertaining the strengths and weaknesses of the project, how and whether Uganda will benefit from it.
Bahati told parliament that although they had planned for elections as soon as the districts became operational, the processes were constrained by lack of finances. The government requires up to 2.4 billion Shillings to conduct elections in the new districts.
Watasa also supports clause 51 that bars landlords from subjecting tenants to annoyance. He, however, says the sanctions are very high because the Bill proposes a fine not exceeding 3 million shillings or one-year jail sentence or both for landlords who unlawfully annoy tenants.