Government Moves To Punish Bank of Uganda – Finance Minister

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Government is set to take action on the recommendations of the probe report into Bank of Uganda (BoU) operations, the Minister of Finance, Mr Matia Kasaija, told media in an interview. The Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (Cosase) chaired by Mr Abdu Katuntu made the recommendations more than four months ago after months of quizzing BoU top management over the closure of seven commercial banks. Mr Kasaija told Daily Monitor that after Parliament adopted the Cosase report, he tasked the central bank to examine the findings and recommendations and make a…

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How Haruna Sentongo Is Spearheading Modernization Of Markets In Kampala

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Magnificent interior of Haruna Shopping Mall in Ntinda. A market is a place where people gather to buy and sale commodities. In the past people used to have what was called market day(s) – it would be a particular day in a week or a month when people gathered at a particular place to trade. This practice is still functional especially in rural areas. In more urban places like Kampala, the capital of Uganda, there are places designated to function as a market on a daily. The most famous one…

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FUFA Boss Credits USPA On Promoting Football

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo(C) USPA President Sabiiti Muwanga, Minister Nakiwala Kiyingi, FUFA CEO Edgar Watson In Group Photo

FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo(C) USPA President Sabiiti Muwanga, Minister Nakiwala Kiyingi, FUFA CEO Edgar Watson In Group Photo (By PEACOCK KAWEESA) The Federation  Of Uganda Football Association President Eng. Moses Hasim Magogo  has credited the Uganda Sports Press Association over the good working relationship and partnership in developing football and other sports disciplines. This was revealed last Friday at a press conference with sports journalists and media personalities at the Imperial Royal Hotel in Kampala. The meeting was organized to strengthen the sports partnership and trust in promoting football. The meeting had lots…

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