Museveni sets terms for Kilembe Mines investor

But a commission appointed by the State Minister for Investment, Ms Evelyn Anite, to look into the Chinese operations recommended the cancellation of the contract, saying the investor had caused financial loss to government.

~ Daily Monitor

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