The Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) has noted an overall annual increase in the producer price index for Hotels and Restaurants (PPI-HR) from 0.8 % in the fourth quarter of 2013 to 7.1% in fourth quarter of 2014.
In the monthly report in Kampala today, discount http://claps-sante.fr/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php UBOS Statistician Business and Industry Statistics David Senyonjo said that prices of services provided by hoteliers in the quarter ending December 2014 shot up significantly.
Prices for lodging services for instance went up by 7.4 percent, ampoule conference facilities 13.3%, foods and snacks with 4.7 percent and drinks with 3.8 percent.
Senyonjo said the depreciation of the shillings against the dollar in the period under review greatly contributed to the increase in the prices of the services offered by hotels and restaurants.
“There was generally low activity coupled with the depreciating local shilling against the dollar that saw more shillings spent on accommodation services over the period under review,” Senyonjo told journalists.
Senyonjo added that the drought in the period under review affected the farmers’ output, reducing their supply to hotels, leading to the increase of food prices by 4.7%.
“The number of foreign visitors also went up, increasing the demand for accommodation facilities, which contributed to the rise of the lodging services to 7.4 percent.”
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He set a personal best of 2:06:33 and new national record. He held the previous mark of 2:07:20.
The clergy and Christians of Fort Portal diocese are mourning the death of Msgr Kasaija Boneventura Amooti who passed on Wednesday night at Virika hospital in Fort Portal town.
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He described his death as a blow to the catholic faith. Msgr Kasaija had composed over 700 songs sang in Catholic Church.
Bishop Muhiirwa said Msgr Kasaija was a dedicated priest, devoted, mentor, humble and contributed a lot in songs composition that had a touch of the rich Tooro culture and the catholic liturgy.
Rev.Fr.Samuel Mugisa of Virika described the deceased as a pillar in the church, a great musician and writer of many books including “Kangabaije” which talked and alerted the people of Tooro about the dangers of HIV AIDS, when the disease had just been reported in the Uganda in 1980s.
Born on 23rd September 1929 in Rusekere in Hakibale Sub County, Kabarole district, Msgr Kasaija died at the age of 86.
He was ordained priest on 14th December 1938 and had served in priesthood for 57 years.
Msgr.Kasaija was the deputy mayor Fort Portal municipality during President Addi Amin’s regime.
The late was the first black Rector at St. Mary’s Seminary after the white missionaries left the country. He was also a lecturer at Mukerere University.