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Added 10th July 2005 03:00 AM

UPDF market
WAKALIGA – UPDF veterans have constructed a market at Wakaliga in Rubaga division. The market has been named Mustard Seed Lubaga Veteran Market Association.

UPDF market
WAKALIGA – UPDF veterans have constructed a market at Wakaliga in Rubaga division. The market has been named Mustard Seed Lubaga Veteran Market Association.

UPDF market
WAKALIGA – UPDF veterans have constructed a market at Wakaliga in Rubaga division. The market has been named Mustard Seed Lubaga Veteran Market Association. It will accommodate over 2,000 traders. Robert Nkwasibwe, the PRO, said recently the market would house UPDF widows and other people.

Banks told
KAMPALA – Banks have been advised to consider upcoming businesses while issuing loans. “It is not the matter of the size and the duration a company has taken. Banks should change attitude and consider the new emerging businesses basing on their vision and missions,” Charles Ocici, Enterprise Uganda’s executive director, said in Kampala recently.

Mukono okays
MUKONO District Council has passed a sh32.6b budget for the 2005/06 financial year.
Godfrey Ddamulira, the district chairman, said this year’s budget surpasses last year’s sh31b and id under the theme, “Improving the quality of life and wealth creation.”
Ddamulira said recently that the budget is in line with President Yoweri Museveni’s Bona Bagagawale (richness for all) Scheme.

Farmers told
Farmers should grow crops for which they are sure of the market, Chebet Maikut, the president of Uganda Farmers Federation, has said.
Maikut said this at a workshop in Kampala recently.
“Poor access to market has for many decades been responsible for the miserable conditions farmers have been living in,” he said. Maikut said the above had stifled entrepreneurship.

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