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In The Independent: Bujagali dam sale goes bad

The stop stories in latest issue of The Independent. Get your copy at the nearest news-stand.
The stop stories in latest issue of The Independent. Get your copy at the nearest news-stand.

COVER STORY: 
Bujagali sale goes bad
An American company  that owns a majority stake in the 250MW Bujagali dam wants to sell its shares in Bujagali Energy Ltd, but President Museveni and technocrats at the Energy Ministry are yet to reach a consensus on the right investor to buy the shares.

LAST WORD:
America’s harmful threats
Andrew Mwenda takes a dig at the warning by the US Ambassador to the government against banning second hand clothes, saying it is a threat against Uganda’s interests.

NEWS ANALYSIS:
Kerry’s visit, America’s agenda
Inside US Secretary of State John Kerry’s second visit to Kenya in two years and his agenda for South Sudan and Somalia.

HEALTH:
Energy drinks: A health danger?
With Ugandans increasingly consuming energy drinks, experts unravel medical conditions and threats to health that excessive consumption of energy drinks can cause.

BUSINESS:
NWSC revenue tops Shs284bn
Silver Mugisha, the NWSC boss, releases the utility company’s preliminary annual performance results, which show that they are indeed on the right track with their five year strategy.

BUSINESS:
AGOA agony
The US government has renewed AGOA, a trade pact created 15 years ago to boost African exports to the US, but experts are worried about Uganda’s declining proceeds from the initiative.
Frankly Speaking: Mike Mutebi, the coach of KCCA FC, has been involved in Ugandan football for over two decades. He tells The Independent about his winning formula for life.

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