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UNRA Defends Its Self On The Delayed Renovation Of The Masaka Kyotera Mutukula Road


The Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) has been urged by MPs to explain the reasons behind the delayed repair of the Masaka-Mutukula road.

The MPs said parliament approved 1.52 trillion for the repair of the 96-km road.

UNRA‘s head, Allen Kagina said the delay in receiving the funds in cash was due to the African Development Bank refusing to lend to Uganda again, while domestic funds were still limited.

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The road was built in the 1960s, to connect Uganda with Tanzania and neighboring countries to promote trade. The country is losing huge tax revenue due to the poor condition of the Masaka – Kyotera to Mutukula road.


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