Minister of State for Works John Byabagambi of Uganda

Mr Byabagambi said that mv Pamba will be ready for use by August.
Mr Byabagambi says RVR appointed a marine surveyor who made a report, which is yet to be submitted to the ministry.
It will also support increased agriculture and industrial production, increase trade and tourism and improve social and administrative services, State Transport Minister John Byabagambi has said.
We are implementing policies and investment plans intended to improve efficiency of the transport sector, eradicate poverty and develop an integrated economy," Byabagambi was quoted as saying by the state-owned New Vision on Thursday.
Shs100 billion) to build a new crossing point at Jinja.
John Byabagambi has commissioned the reconstruction of the Mbarara-Ntungamo road.
Byabagambi said the Government had initially signed a contract to rehabilitate the road, but changed the scope to undertake complete reconstruction in phases, following advice from a consultant.
John Byabagambi said that the Government has set aside sh6.
Works state minister John Byabagambi said the government is looking at taking roads that inter-link with major highways in the first phase, because many of such roads are used by heavy trucks, which are charged to pay tax to the Central government.
When asked about the vessels plying the Mwanza - Port Bell route, State Minister for Transport John Byabagambi said it is true these vessels are coming to Uganda but are unscheduled.
However, Byabagambi said Tanzanian vessels are very old and dangerous because they decommission them from the Indian Ocean and commission them on inland waters.
The minister of State for Works John Byabagambi said that all affected property owners will be compensated.
Although Mr Byabagambi was not certain of the exact lifespan of the Nile Bridge, he said the bridge is “surviving on borrowed time.
Mr Byabagambi said to mitigate an impending catastrophe, the Ministry of Works will need about $50 million (Shs100 billion) to build a new crossing point at Jinja.
Byabagambi said while inspecting the road in Mbarara.
Byabagambi said the project, which is funded by the European Union and the government would be done in phases until 2010 because the government does not have enough funds to do a marathon reconstruction.
Debating the budget speech, Byabagambi said the potholes had been patched with murram in the past because funds for repair delayed.
While touring the bridge recently, state minister for works John Byabagambi said the construction of the bridge would cost over sh2b.
Byabagambi says that the decision to work on the ships follows the recent events in Kenya that constrained the flow of cargo along the Northern Corridor of Busia, Tororo and Malaba.
The State Minister for Works, John Byabagambi says that while the increase in oil prices will affect other sectors as well, sectors like road construction which rely heavily on oil products will suffer most.