Uganda's Finance Minister has defended the government borrowing habits, and he insists that even at over $ 11.1 B, the country's debt is sustainable. This follows a report by the country's Auditor General which indicates that public debt rose by 22% between June 2017 and June 2018. Much of the country's debt is linked to ongoing infrastructure investments in transport and energy. Here's CGTN's Michael Baleke, with the details.

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