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ANALYSIS: The Family’s man

David Bahati links to secret American group revealed Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | David Bahati, the MP for Ndorwa West constituency who is also the Minister of State of Finance for Planning is among the leading subjects of a new Netflix docu-series called `The Family’ which examines a mysterious …

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BAHATI: I have no company trading in South Sudan

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | State Minister for Finance in charge of Planning David Bahati has denied owning a company that benefited from compensation over loss of business in South Sudan. Bahati was on Wednesday appearing before Parliament’s Select Committee that is currently inquiring into a payment of sh40 billion …

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BAHATI: No budget for elections in new districts

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The government does not have a budget to facilitate the election of leaders in the six newly created districts, according to State Minister for Planning David Bahati. The affected districts are Nabilatuk, Kapelebyong, Bugweri, Kwania, Kassanda and Kikuube, which all became operational in July …

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Sabiiti: I did not apologize for not supporting age-limit

Rubanda, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  State Minister for Finance David Bahati and Rubanda West MP Denis Sabiiti have clashed over an alleged apology for voting against a constitutional amendment that lifted the cap on the presidential age limit. The drama started when Bahati named Sabiiti as one of the legislators …

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Sports betting ban

Why putting money on Kasaija not Bahati is smart Kampala, Uganda | DAVID AJUNA | On Jan.20 David Bahati, the minister of state for Finance made an announcement that has shaken the betting industry in Uganda and attracted international attention. Bahati who was speaking at an event in Rugarama, in …

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Uganda budget 2019-20 will jump to Sh34.3 trillion

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Sh 34.3 trillion is the resource envelope for financial year 2019/2020, up by Sh 2 trillion from the current financial year. Of the Sh 34.3 trillion, domestic revenue collections are expected to generate Sh 18.3 trillion, according to National Budget Framework Paper. The economy itself …

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