One of Uganda’s oldest telecommunication company Uganda Telecom Ltd [UTL] has been dragged to the Commercial Court by one of their competitors Airtel Uganda Ltd seeking for a recovery of over 6.3 billion shillings.
In the suit before the Kampala Court, buy http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/tribe-autoload.php Airtel claims that UTL executed a telecommunication interconnection agreement with it on 24th February 2012 effective as of January 1st 2012 but failed to honor it.
According to the application before Commercial Court, http://charadas.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php in the course of running their respective telecommunications business, http://conocity.eu/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php the parties exchanged invoices as expected and conducted reconciliation exercises to establish what was due to each other.
During this deal some payments were made and all parties were contented with the amounts to be paid
Airtel claims that despite the agreement, UTL has defaulted on the payment of the money even of several demands which has been made them.
Airtel adds that UTL’s actions of failing to pay them has occasioned them to a loss and great financial injury as the monies held were meant to be reinvested in its telecommunication business
Court registrar Thaddeus Opesen has given UTL only 10 days within which to file their defense against the above allegations.