Oulanyah Appeals to African Americans to Remember Roots

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, purchase Jacob Oulanyah has appealed to the African Americans to think about their roots and rejuvenate hopes in the black continent that is facing various human challenges.

Oulanyah who spent four days in the United States told delegates at the Reset America Reset Africa Conference that there is need for nations to repair the old bridges of cooperation damaged by policies and wars.

“We come here as bridge builders. We need to repair the old bridges of humanity damaged through policies and state relationships. We need to change our attitude and give hope to those in need, viagra 40mg ” he said.

The Speaker stressed that even though countries have demarcated borders to separate people, no rx the blood that joins humanity has always prevailed to bring peace. He attributed wars and conflicts to the absence of hope for the marginalized.

Oulanyah also rallied the local communities in St. Louis to consider investment in Africa.

“Uganda is one of the blessed countries in the world. It’s the source of the Nile but also provides innumerable opportunities for investment,” he added.

In a separate meetings with Emeka Jackson Hicks, the Mayor of the City of East St. Louis, Oulanyah noted the need for technical expertise to enable Kampala city adopt a community based approach to development.

The Parliament delegation that included MPs Jacob Oboth Oboth (West Budama County South), Fred Mwesigye (Nyabushozi County), Abiriga Abdallah (Arua Municipality), Macho Geoffrey (Busia Municipality) and Aisha Ssekindi (Kalungu) explored opportunities for cooperation with St. Elizabeth Hospital and Harris Stowe University.



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