ROKO, a civil engineering, and construction company in Uganda was contracted in 2009, by the Government of South Sudan to rehabilitate Juba International and Domestic Airport. However, following the Juba crisis in 2013, construction of the airport stalled to date.
The company’s Technical Adviser Cornwall Mulewa says that the Airline requires 258.5 billion Shillings to facilitate commissions, catering services, maintenance, landing and ground handling fees, among others.
The ministerial statement for the 2019/2020 indicates that by the end of December 2018, a transition paper for the motor vehicle registration system was prepared following a consultative process between the Ministries of Works, Finance URA, Uganda National Bureau of Standards and Uganda Police Force-UPF.
Prof. Allen Babugura, the Deputy Vice Chancellor in Charge of Finance and Administration at Kabale University, told the committee chaired by Pallisa County MP, Jacob Opolot explained that the additional funding is meant to cater for staff recruitment.