Crane Bank Was Sold on a None Cash Sum of 200bn Shillings.Investigations

Crane Bank Was Sold on a None Cash Sum of 200bn Shillings.Investigations

The parliamentary committee investigating closure of seven defunct commercial banks has found out that Crane bank limited was sold on a none cash sum of 200bn shillings to Dfcu to be paid in installments for 30 months without attaching interests. Committee members have equated this sale to a donation which BoU offered to Dfcu Bank Members on the parliamentary committee of commissions statutory authorities and state enterprises got shocked to find-out that bank of Uganda…

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Govt To Issue Free 300 Land Titles In Buganda

Govt To Issue Free 300 Land Titles In Buganda

The minister for lands and housing, Hon. Betty Amongi reveals that govt will be issuing 300 free milo land titles to bibanja holders in Kirema, Kibubu and Kitutu inNakaseke district. The two plots of land comprising block 260 Plot 383 measuring 41.175 hectares and plot 385 measuring 21.6 hectares were bought by govt at a fee of UGX.2BN which has processed 300 land titles expected to be given out by the president, YK.M7 at the…

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Bank of Uganda Denied Crane Bank Limited a 157 Billion Loan to Recapitalize

Bank of Uganda Denied Crane Bank Limited  a 157 Billion Loan to Recapitalize

By  by our reporter COSASE  is  shocked to find out that Bank of Uganda denied crane bank limited  a 157 billion loan to recapitalize and used 478 billion shillings to close it. Members of parliament on the committee of commissions, statutory authorities and state enterprise which is probing the closure of seven commercial banks  grilled BoU officials to explain why they denied Crane Bank Limited time to recapitalize and closed it 10 days before the…

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Kadaga Reechos The Demand to Fast Track The Domestic Relations Bill

Kadaga Reechos  The Demand to Fast Track The Domestic Relations Bill

While addressing the annual general assembly of the Uganda Women Parliamentary Association, the speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga reechoed  the demand to fast rack the domestic relations bill to ensure cohabiting is recognized as a marriage because its real and a number of women including MPs have not gained from their sweats on properties they put up together with their partners as many walk out with nothing at a time of divorce. Kadaga urged fellow…

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Govt Reviewing The Aviation Legislative Frame Work

Govt Reviewing The Aviation Legislative Frame Work

The minister for works and transport, Hon. Eng. Monica Azuba Ntege reveals governments’ plans to review the aviation legislative frame work as this will streamline and easy the licensing and certification processes of operators to reduce on the time required concluding the certification processes. Speaking at the 6th graduation ceremony for Uganda aviation school in Kampala today, the minister assures the graduates of job availability following the rejuvenated efforts by govt to have a national…

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Cancer Institute Sets New Charge’s For Radiotherapy Services

Cancer Institute Sets New Charge’s For Radiotherapy Services

Cancer Institute Sets New Charges for Radiotherapy services                                       The executive director, Uganda cancer institute, Dr. Jackson Orem confirms that there will be no more free service offered to patients at the Uganda cancer institute as the institute now looks out for funds to facilitate the running of business at the facility. Addressing journalists at (UCI) Dr. Jackson Oremexplained that the new charges imposed on patients seeking radiotherapy treatment are part of government policy that makes, government…

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Nearly 1 million children in West Nile to benefit from better quality health services

Nearly 1 million children in West Nile to benefit from better quality health services

Nearly 1 million children in West Nile to benefit from better quality health services New Swedish support to strengthen health system for Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health KWith new funding from the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida), nearly one million children in West Nile, including newborns and adolescents, together with pregnant women, will soon benefit from better quality health services. “Supporting improvements in the health of children, adolescents and women, especially the most disadvantaged, is one…

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Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago Calls for Protection of Ugandan Migrants in The Middle East and Asia

Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago Calls for Protection of Ugandan Migrants in The Middle East and Asia

The Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, used the 5th Mayoral Forum on Human Mobility, Migration and Development in Marrakech, Morocco to ask authorities in the Middle East to protect the many young Ugandan Migrants.“I take this honor to implore all of us key players to take keen interest in protecting the lives of our people. Uganda is a host country to a very large number of Refugees and migrants from many countries. We have, however,…

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Kadaga Calls for Tree planting During Christmas Break

Kadaga Calls for Tree planting During Christmas Break

Kadaga calls for tree planting during Christmas break By our reporter The Speaker of Parliament, Hon Rebecca Kadaga has  called upon Ugandans to use the forthcoming long festive season to plant more trees as a way of recovering the environment that has been heavily destroyed by the aggressive deforestation across the  country. “Our forest cover used to be 100% but now its less that 80%, but with this practice I have dream of having over…

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Ngo Staff Named In Break In. Report

Ngo Staff Named In Break In. Report

By.Admin Civil society organization have today released their private report dubbed, Before the NGO serving you is targeted, detailing how several offices were broken. Reading the finding today at the event to mark the 20th anniversary of the UN declaration of human rights defenders, Anthony Masape one of the researchers reveals, over 34 CSOs in and out of Kampala were broken into among them being HURINET, HURAPH, HRNJ, LASPNET, AKINA MAMA WA AFRIKA among others…

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