Entebbe, Uganda | AIRSPACE AFRICA .COM | Following a dramatic week in which senior executives and board members at Uganda airlines were forced to go on ‘leave’, details have emerged that highlight reasons for the government’s displeasure at numerous corporate governance failings, operational and management shortcomings and lack of strong leadership at the national carrier
In a letter from the ministry of works and transport, seen by Airspace Africa and addressed to the Chairman, board of directors at Uganda Airlines, the minister expresses unhappiness at the board’s refusal to attend a crucial meeting and goes on to list up to 12 “pertinent issues” at the Airline that needed to be addressed
“You are asked to give me a comprehensive report on all the issues highlighted above by 7th May 2021” the minister sternly signed off.
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— The Independent (@UGIndependent) May 1, 2021