'Unresolved Issues' Stop Uganda's Standard Gauge Railway Project

Finance Minister Matia Kasaija has admitted that Uganda has taken a "back seat" on the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) but will resume "serious discussions" once development of the project in Kenya reaches the Malaba border point. "It is apparent the SGR is going to take us a lot of time to complete," Kasaija added.

The Ngong tunnel on the Nairobi to Naivasha standard gauge railway (file photo).


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