Over the last three financial years, Uganda’s cumulative capital expenditure has hit more than Shs6 trillion. However, a significant part of the country’s urban infrastructure remains in a sorry state with numerous potholes and gullies, poor drainage and dust. Eng. Andrew Naimanye, the acting executive director of the Uganda Road Fund told Prosper magazine’s Ralnher Ojon that a record Shs1.2 trillion is urgently needed to fix the country’s roads.
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