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Museveni Handed Interim Report from UNRA Probe Committee

President Yoweri Museveni receives the report from Head of the Probe Committee Justice Catherine Bamugemereire at State House on Thursday

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The summit themed Unveiling opportunities, patient aims to initiate dialogue, build network between East Africa’s financial institutions, policy makers and the Islamic Finance institutions in the region and the Middle East.

According to East Africa Business Network – the Organizers of the Summit, experts in Islamic Finance will discuss the development of Islamic Finance in East Africa, explore infrastructure projects in the region and discuss alternative opportunities for project and trade finance for both public and private sector projects.

Key areas to be discussed also include Regulatory Framework, Regional Infrastructure Projects and Opportunities for financing and Sukuk Issuance amongst other topics.

AIFS 2015 comes at a time when Kenya and other EAC countries are contemplating a sukuk issuance to finance the ambitious infrastructure projects.

If Africa is to fully participate and compete in the global trade and investment markets, financing is critical, hence the decision to host this forum.

The summit that is supported regionally by Anjarwalla & Khanna and the Somali Economic Forum will also be a showcase of East Africa’s investment opportunities for the Gulf Wealth.
President Yoweri Museveni has received the interim report from the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into allegations of corruption inside the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA).

The Commission of inquiry was ordered by the president at the start of this financial year, story http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/videopress.php with hope to clean up the roads authority which remains the country’s most funded body.

Museveni had earlier in April appointed Mrs Allen Kagina, http://clothesthatwork.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/deprecated/tribeeventsimporter_fileimporter_venues.php who had just retired from Uganda Revenue Authority to head UNRA.

She has since overseen a number of reforms there, including the ongoing staff restructuring in which all 900 staff members were recently fired and asked to reapply.

During the 2 months probe, the committee led by Justice Catherine Bamugemerire quizzed a number of current and former office holders at the roads authority, most of whom were found culpable of mismanagement and corruption.

Details of the report handed to the president last evening are still scanty.

During the hand over at State House in Entebbe, President Museveni commended the tremendous work done by members of the committee.

The President said that by turning in such work of fighting thieves, the members of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry were increasing their chances of going to heaven.

“Thank you for the tremendous work. For me, I fought my wars and you children should fight your simple wars such as this one of thieves,” he said.

 

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