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Welcome to the NSSF E-statement feature. In our continued effort to serve NSSF members better, we have enhanced the e-statement feature to make it more user-friendly, quicker and easier and to access your e-statement online.



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The NSSF covers all employers who have 5 or more employees between 16 and 55 years of age, with the exception of employees under the Government Pensions Act. The NSSF Act requires a registered employer is required to pay contributions to the Fund for his\her employees every month during which he/she pays salaries.

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NSSF MD reassures public over Pension Towers

NSSF Managing Director, Mr Richard Byarugaba, has reassured the Fund’s members and other stakeholders that the procurement process for the multi-billion Pension Towers was done in line with PPDA rules and that the ongoing administrative review by PPDA is a normal process and an attempt of ensuring fairness for the bidders and ensuring value for money for the fund members.

In an update the press about the state of the procurement process, Byarugaba confirmed that on advice from PPDA, the process had been halted to allow PPDA- the government procurements watchdog, do an audit as requested by China National Aero-Technology International Engineering Corporation (CATIC) one of the bidders. 

“I would like to emphasise that the Fund welcomes the appeals by any dissatisfied bidders. This is a normal practice in public procurement and is provided for under the law. We also think that a review will ensure transparency and value for money,” he said adding that even before PPDA suspended the procurement process, NSSF board had itself asked for another opinion about the process.
 
This request for an independent audit of this procurement is founded on our commitment to accountability and transparency in the management of the Fund,” he said adding:  “A final decision will be made based on the findings and recommendations of this independent audit and PPDA guidance,” he said.
 
No cause for alarm
 
Byarugaba said that the fund had adhered to every step as required by the PPDA Act and that he was confident that the process would be given a no objection.
 
“I would like to assure NSSF contributors, our stakeholders and the general public that there is no cause for alarm. We have made a commitment to ensure that we are transparent and prudent in the management of the Fund. Pension Towers is one project that we are determined to get right.  We are working with PPDA to ensure that the review and independent audit are conducted on schedule so that the project can commence as planned,” he said.
 
Regarding concerns by the Board that the compliance requirements had been set too, thereby eliminating local companies, Byarugaba said that whereas it was important that local companies are given partake of the lucrative NSSF contracts, it was also important that the right contractors are gotten for the project.
 
“Most of the local companies we have still lack enough experience. The truth of the matter is that the Ugandan construction industry still has a long way to go. The local industry has suffered. Something needs to be done to empower local companies. They too need to start exploring initiatives like ventures,” he said.
 
Rigorous Procurement process
17 companies, both local and international, submitted bids for construction of the second phase of Pension Towers.
 
Out of this process, only 3 were prequalified , namely; China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), China National Aero-Technology International Engineering Corporation (CATIC) and Sino-Hydro Corporation.
 
The project
Construction of the first phase of Pension Towers which involved construction of four basement levels and some elements of ground and mezzanine floors, started in April 2008  and was completed in January 2012 at a cost of Shs42.5 billion.
 
Once complete, Pension Towers will be an ultra-modern ‘intelligent’ tri-tower complex. The Central tower comprises of 25 floors while the other two side towers are each ten storeys.
 
The three towers sit on four basement Floors, one ground floor, one mezzanine floor and one podium floor, making a total of 32 Floors for the taller tower and 17 floors for the short towers, ultimately making the building the biggest and tallest in Kampala.
 
The building whose surface area is 75,000 m² has 20,000 m2 of net lettable office area and 10,000m2 of net lettable retail area2. Net parking area is 10,000m2 and can accommodate up to 500 cars.
 
The building is said to be bigger than Workers House, Communications House and Crested Towers combined.

 

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