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Revenue lifts ban on Kamwenge

By Vision Reporter

Added 14th January 2009 03:00 AM

BUSINESS is back to normal at Kamwenge district local government after the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) lifted the ban it had imposed on the district accounts.

BUSINESS is back to normal at Kamwenge district local government after the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) lifted the ban it had imposed on the district accounts.

By Hope Mafaranga

BUSINESS is back to normal at Kamwenge district local government after the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) lifted the ban it had imposed on the district accounts.

The district accounts in Stanbic and Centenary Rural Development banks were frozen late last month after the district failed to remit sh291m in Pay as You Earn to URA.

The acting deputy commissioner for public and corporate affairs, Sarah Babalanda, said the district officials held a meeting in Kampala with the commissioner in-charge of domestic taxes, Balam Muhebwa, who agreed to lift the ban.

The district officials who included the chief administrative officer, Frank Ntaho and the district chairman, Edward Musingye, assured URA that they would pay the balance of 50% in one year.
Musingye said the money accumulated out of negligence of the district accounting officers.

Revenue lifts ban on Kamwenge

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