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The NRM Regime have during the FY2015/2016 fallen behind on paying out UGX 2.7 trillion!

Today I am dropping numbers that are devastating, as the numbers of debt that the National Resistance Movement (NRM) isn’t paying, show’s sufficient motives for malpractice when it comes to budgeting and the structure of payments. There are certainly not enough transparency and clear audit of the state reserves, as the State is misusing seriously amount of funds. The NRM Regime and their President should be ashamed by their record.

Emmanuel Katongole is the Head Information Technology in the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development (MoFPED) in Uganda on the 12th April 2017, he dropped a document on their web-page that show’s the domestic arrears of the Republic of Uganda in the last Financial Year.

If you wonder what Domestic Arrears means: “The amount by which a government has fallen behind in its payment of interest and principal on debt to lenders within its own country” (Encyclo.co.uk). So Katongole will literately show how bad the National Resistance Movement is on paying their bills and expenditure. All the sums of this report is in Ugandan Shillings (UGX).

Like under the Office of the President and the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) who itself leaves arrears in the margin of 3.8bn shillings and 8bn shillings in other payable arrears. That one part of the budget and current audit of the Office of the President as the total of verified arrears at June 2016 was 37bn shillings alone. So the Office of the President owes a lot of funds that it hasn’t paid, not only for the ISO!

The State House by the verified arrears at June 2016 was 1bn shillings. What is more unsettling is that the Pensions and Gratitude for Veterans are the sum of 183bn shillings, Survivors 315bn shillings, EXGRATIA 10bn and UNLA 26bn shillings. The Ministry of Defense by June 2016 verified arrears was 718bn shillings! So the MoD are a lax payer of their expenses and expenditure.

Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs owes verified arrears by June 2016 the amount of 684bn. Shillings Court Awards unpaid by the Ministry is 203bn shillings. The Electoral Commission has growing verified arrears by June 2016 because of Unsettled penal insterest for URA in the total sum of 3.2bn shillings. Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) has by June 2016 billed up verified arrears by 283bn shillings.

This is just some of the government that has not paid their dues and their expenses, their salaries or pensions, even their lacking covering of funds to pay debt, either internal or external. So the National Resistance Movement are clearly running an economy and fiscal policy that isn’t healthy for the republic.

Just to drop the total sum that the Government of Uganda has failed to pay or failed payments on their debt are by June 2016 the total of 2.7 Trillions of Uganda Shillings! Which is an insane number and amount of misspent monies by the state. The strategy by the Republic to fail so miserably cannot be sustainable, as the invoices and the target to pay their debt should be the most important. Still, the NRM doesn’t seem to think so. They are surely missing steps to having a sound economy when the verified arrears are hitting 2.7 trillions by June 2016. So the Financial Year of 2015/2016, the Ugandan government failed to serve out over 2 trillion of their needed expenses!

What is troubling that the year before, the total state had not paid on their debt and failing expenses in the Financial Year of 2014/2015 as by June 2015 we’re totally 1.389 or close to 1.4 Trillion shillings. So the miss-match between FY2014/2015 and FY 2015/2016 are 1.3 Trillion shillings. So the clear picture is that the Election Year for the NRM is very, very expensive.

Just think about that… eat the bill and pound on the amount of lost monies in the system. Peace.

 

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RDC: Letter from Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Zambian Authorities warning of Moïse Katumbi entry into Zambia (09.03.2017)

Burundi: “La diplomatie du Burundi regrette les accusations du Kenya pour trahison lors du vote en faveur de Amb. Dr. Amina C. Mohamed de AUC lors por 28th AU Summit” (02.02.2017)

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Uganda’s Support for the Candidature of Ambassador, (DR.) Amina Chawahir Mohamed, Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs (31.01.2017)

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CSBAG Statement: The Budget We Want 2017/18 (20.01.2017)

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Press Release: Suspended elections of Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson for the AU Commission (18.07.2016)

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Uganda: Reshuffle of Military Attaches abroad

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Surely Mzee didn’t see this coming, as the Government of Uganda, can’t hold their secrets until their official. The are certain men who release the information. The Nepotism and the value of NRM loyalty. As it been promised to so many during the election. Now the deals and promises are beeing revealed. That is why I say it is unfortunate.

Mzee, can play some men and play the guards, but this term will hard to keep business as usual, as the tension between the men who really wanted change, and the men who still wants to serve his brown-enevelops. Peace. 

Audio: Ugandan Minister Oryem vows to defend itself against DR Congo soldiers kill 4 Police Officers at Lake Albert

IGP Kayihura warns DRC Government over Armed Killings in Lake Albert (23.05.2016)

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On Saturday May 21, 2016 police officers Sgt .Faruk Waiswa, CPL. Biral Opara, PC Moses Ocen and PC Bernard Isingoma were shot dead on while on an official patrol on Lake Albert within the territorial sphere ofUganda in Kitebere-Kibale district.

We condemn the killings and have sent our protest note to the Government of DR. Congo demanding for a detailed report explaining the circumstances under which the incident took place. We also want the FARDC officers involved in killing Ugandan police officers to be brought to justice and an appropriate compensation be given to the affected families.

The DRC soldiers after killing took the bodies of the four comrades to the DR Congo side and also confiscated the Uganda Police Force speed boat and their guns.

The government demands immediate repatriation of the bodies, equipment and all the personal belongings of the affected and immediate joint implementation of the agreed mechanisms under the NGURDOTO Agreement under Article 3 and the outcomes of the joint permanent commission between two countries of 23-27 August 2014 in Kinshasa to forestall the re-occurrence of similar incidents.

The government of Uganda regrets that similar incidents have occurred repeatedly, notably where DRC forcefully arrested seven Ugandan police men on official patrol on Lake Albert in May 2013 from Uganda territorial waters and proceeded to detain them in Kinshasa for over a year until April 2014. This was followed by another killing of Uganda police officer byDRC Forces.

We urge the government of DR Congo to refrain from further using unnecessary force and other actions to injure the cordial relationships of the two countries. A repeat of the same will compel the government ofUganda to take self-defense measures to protect its citizens.

(Statement by IGP Kale Kayihura, 23.05.2016)

Press release: Statement by Uganda on DRC situation where 4 policemen on patrol were killed (23.05.2016)

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