He added that there were people who pushed him to allow the Umeme concession, but he refused to give in to their pressure. Umeme`s electricity distribution concession expires in March 2025, after starting in March 2005, when the South African company took over the distribution of electricity in Uganda, and the policy provides that negotiations with a concessionaire will begin three years after the expiry of its concession and request an extension of the concession. Electro-Maxx and Jacobsen still contribute 100 MW to the national grid. The two companies` agreements with the government are secret, but there is a broader assumption that their role should cease by the time the government begins to produce enough electricity. The investigation conducted by this site showed that, shortly after one year in November 2006, six persons (both from Umeme and the Ministry of Energy) met, negotiated and signed the first four amendments to the initial concession contract, which eliminated almost all of the above-mentioned commitments that UMEME had initially mentioned. During the agreement, former Finance Minister Gerald Sendaula signed, on behalf of the government, Irene Muloni, the former Minister of Energy who signed for Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (UEDCL) as Managing Director, while former Director David Grills signed on behalf of Umeme. The umeme distribution licence was issued on 1 March 2005 by the Electricity Regulatory Authority on the basis of a previously signed concession agreement, which inter alia expressly established that among the overwhelming clauses of the concession that place Uganda in a narrow corner are: „The regulatory authority is the one that has granted a licence to Umeme and has all the information from the date of signature of the contract until today”, she said before ending the appeal. You are a group, you are just thieves. I am sure that this company belongs to some thieves in the government, because even after the expiration of the contract, the government still pays humm thief thief thieves In March 2018, he wrote a letter in which he warned the Ministry of Energy against renewing the Umeme concession, arguing that the country should look for cheaper ways, to modernise and develop distribution and distribution lines. . . .