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KABAROLE: 2 Killed During Easter Over Shs 10,000

Acts of brutality are rampant in Rwenzori region

President Museveni made a record by holding 17 meetings in one day during his state visit to China, purchase http://dchnf.dk/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-shipping.php urging businessmen and prospective investors to collaborate with Uganda and support big development projects.

Museveni pointed out to Chinese investors that Uganda is looking more towards Public Private Partnerships model of financing which is more pragmatic and reducing more on the national debt.

“We have borrowed for Karuma and Isimba power dams and we want to borrow for the railway. We can’t borrow more than that for now, information pills ” President Museveni told various investors and prospective investors who called on him at the Diaoyutai State Guest House in Beijing recently.

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Museveni’s visit and calls for investments in Uganda generated unprecedented levels of interest among the Chinese Companies with his protocol office at one point pushed to accommodate 17 meetings of investors in one day with the President ranging from Bankers (the Export-Import Bank of China and The China Development Bank).

Others include the China Communication Construction Company (CCCC), The China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC), China International Water and Electricity Company (CWE), the China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC), the China Civil Engineering Construction Company (CCECC), the China North Industries Company and a delegation led by the governor of Liaoning Province in China.

Museveni with a delegation from Sinohydro corporation

Museveni with a delegation from Sinohydro corporation

Other investors included those from the telecommunications and automobile sectors.

“Our government wants to corporate with the people of the Republic of China in a number of areas. There are areas were the banks can play a central role like infrastructure development including electricity, roads, railway – this is government to government,” said Museveni.

“But the Private sector has many more areas of cooperation that they can support including minerals and mineral development, agro processing. We are dying for agro-processing. We produce so much but we can’t add value on these products.”

Museveni meeting a wealthy Chinese investor

Museveni meeting a wealthy Chinese investor

The President urged investors to exploit Uganda’s economic potential by investing in manufacturing.

“The Problem with Uganda is that the entrepreneurial class is small and it is in housing, construction, transport etc but not in manufacturing. If we can get companies to process fruits, cereals, textiles, coffee etc it would expand our economic base,” he said.

The President urged the China Development Bank to work with the Uganda development bank and fund the private sector.

“We had many problems in the past but we have been reducing them, especially the strategic bottlenecks. It would be important to work with UDB to fund entrepreneurship to go into manufacturing and services. We have capitalised UDB but we need to do more,” he said.
President Museveni made a record by holding 17 meetings in one day during his state visit to China, dosage http://ca-uqam.info/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php urging businessmen and prospective investors to collaborate with Uganda and support big development projects.

Museveni pointed out to Chinese investors that Uganda is looking more towards Public Private Partnerships model of financing which is more pragmatic and reducing more on the national debt.

“We have borrowed for Karuma and Isimba power dams and we want to borrow for the railway. We can’t borrow more than that for now, salve ” President Museveni told various investors and prospective investors who called on him at the Diaoyutai State Guest House in Beijing recently.

Museveni’s visit and calls for investments in Uganda generated unprecedented levels of interest among the Chinese Companies with his protocol office at one point pushed to accommodate 17 meetings of investors in one day with the President ranging from Bankers (the Export-Import Bank of China and The China Development Bank).

Others include the China Communication Construction Company (CCCC), The China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC), China International Water and Electricity Company (CWE), the China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC), the China Civil Engineering Construction Company (CCECC), the China North Industries Company and a delegation led by the governor of Liaoning Province in China.

Museveni with a delegation from Sinohydro corporation

Museveni with a delegation from Sinohydro corporation

Other investors included those from the telecommunications and automobile sectors.

“Our government wants to corporate with the people of the Republic of China in a number of areas. There are areas were the banks can play a central role like infrastructure development including electricity, roads, railway – this is government to government,” said Museveni.

“But the Private sector has many more areas of cooperation that they can support including minerals and mineral development, agro processing. We are dying for agro-processing. We produce so much but we can’t add value on these products.”

Museveni meeting a wealthy Chinese investor

Museveni meeting a wealthy Chinese investor

The President urged investors to exploit Uganda’s economic potential by investing in manufacturing.

“The Problem with Uganda is that the entrepreneurial class is small and it is in housing, construction, transport etc but not in manufacturing. If we can get companies to process fruits, cereals, textiles, coffee etc it would expand our economic base,” he said.

The President urged the China Development Bank to work with the Uganda development bank and fund the private sector.

“We had many problems in the past but we have been reducing them, especially the strategic bottlenecks. It would be important to work with UDB to fund entrepreneurship to go into manufacturing and services. We have capitalised UDB but we need to do more,” he said.
At least two people were killed during the Easter season in Kabarole District, nurse http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/locales.php authorities said Monday.

The victims have been identified as Adolf Guma in his mid-40s of Kigaya village, information pills http://companyimpact.com/waterbills/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/shortcodes.php Kyamatanga in Buheesi Sub-county and Stephen Kyomuhendo alias Puff, visit this site 28, of Kaguma, Rwensenene parish, Bunyangabu County, Kabarole district.

It is alleged that Stephen Kyomuhendo together with his friend David Edeni, 23, stormed the home of Guma demanding for Shs 10,000 – the balance of the payment for a pig the duo sold the latter early this year.

Guma told them he had used all the money he had for Easter shopping.

Kyomuhendo was angered by Guma’s response, sparking off a physical fight.

Edeni and Kyomuhendo clobbered Guma with clubs before carrying him to Buheesi sub-county police post.

On their way to the police post, the duo realised that Guma was bleeding profusely and had even lost consciousness.

It was decided that the victim should be abandoned near Kyamatanga Catholic Church. Edeni and Kyomuhendo disappeared to evade the long arm of the law.

According to eyewitness, Kyomuhendo committed the gruesome act at around 11:30am on Saturday.

Upon seeing the body of Guma lying on the roadside, an irate mob mounted a hunt for Kyomuhendo till they rounded him up at Rwensenene trading center before beating him to death.

Edeni is reportedly on the run.

Police handed over the bodies to the relatives for burial ceremonies which took place on Easter Sunday.

Rwenzori Police Spokesperson, Bashir Bakari Muga said they have launched investigations into the murders.

He condemned the “acts of mob justice” and advised people to “use police and local leaders in resolving disputes.”

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