Pioneer Easy bus

Pioneer Easy bus


The company director, Mr David Baingana, said they invested more than Shs23b to import a fleet of modern buses plying routes in Kampala.

“That is a huge investment requiring government support because it’s geared at improving service delivery,” Mr Baingana said in an interview yesterday.
He said many companies collapse because government fails to subsidise and offer them incentives.

Drivers sue KCCA
Meanwhile, taxi owners and drivers have petitioned court, protesting the Shs120,000 monthly operation fee levied by KCCA.

The application was filed before the High Court in Kampala on Friday by four concerned members of the group seeking the court’s permission to sue on behalf of others.

They include: Mustafa Mayambala, Henry Charles Ssentongo, Rashid Mugenyi, and Yose Kaweesa.

Through their lawyers of Matovu and Co. Advocates, the group has sued KCCA and its executive director Jennifer Musisi. They want the court to declare the fee illegal as it was not passed by an Act of Parliament. They also want court to restrain KCCA from collecting the fee.

By Martin Ssebuyira, Hadijja Mwanje & Anthony Wesaka, Daily Monitor


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