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Rwanda President Paul Kagame and his Ugandan host Yoweri Museveni will Tuesday grace the Uganda-Rwanda Business Summit at Kampala Serena Hotel, hospital http://cqaireland.com/wp-includes/general-template.php Chimp Corps report.

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He said the forum will strengthen investment and trade ties between the two nations.

The theme of the Summit is “accelerating regional trade and investment.”

Credited for boosting ties with Rwanda and promoting Uganda’s tourism, Kabonero said the “forum will bring together the two states’ business community, government officials, and representatives of professional bodies” to brainstorm on facilitating trade and investments in the region to spur economic growth.

The first forum of its kind was held in 2012 in Kampala.

It was organized by Rwanda High Commission in partnership with Rwanda Development Board.

The second Summit, which was held in Kigali and attended by President Kagame, was organized by Uganda High Commission in partnership with Rwanda Development Board and Private Sector Federation.

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President Kagame reminded the participants of the long standing history of partnership between Uganda and Rwanda:

“Rwandans and Ugandans were doing business with each other long before the two countries became states in the modern sense. It is only proper that we do everything possible to facilitate growth of the historical process of doing business together. Opportunities and solutions for economic growth lie within ourselves.”

President Kagame then challenged the business community to do more to ensure economic growth and transformation for the people of both nations:

“The business community has the challenge and responsibility to make our economies competitive and self-sustaining. This is the only way we can truly create prosperity for our people. Greater opportunities exist and I am convinced that we have hardly tapped the business potential to any significant extent.

Officials say the Kampala business forum will attract approximately 300 participants from all the sectors of the two economies.

The development comes against the backdrop of booming relations between the two countries.

Observers say it is through such initiatives that the two countries have managed to strengthen their cooperation in improving trade relations, investments in transport infrastructural development and regional security.

Kabonero cited the need to enlighten private sector on the major positive investment policy changes in terms of business and investment climate and the reforms which have taken place in EAC Member States, particularly Rwanda and Uganda.

“This is because whatever we have been planning during the Northern Corridor Tripartite Summits such as investments in energy, infrastructure and Single Tourist visa will benefit the private sector. Therefore, their input will surely enrich our plans to enhance economic growth,” said Kabonero in an exclusive interview with Chimpreports.

Kagame, Uhuru Kenyatta and Salva Kiir are expected to attend Uganda’s national independence celebrations on October 9.
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Prossy the partner of the deceased narrated that as they took a stroll down the street, two people one from behind and another from the front snatched her phone and ran into a corridor prompting her to scream for help, Patrick (deceased) pursued them but was stopped by bang on his forehead.

According to Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, the deceased was hit hard on the head with a metal bar just next to Shell service station on William Street and he died as he was being rushed to Case Clinic at Buganda road

“We shall get whoever committed the crime, like we arrested the one who got involved in the death of the South Sudan girl 3 weeks back,” said Onyango.

Suzan Adit a South Sudan national on 14th September 2014, died in the process of trying to recover her golden necklace which was grabbed from her by thugs at a place nick named Beirut along Barton street in Kampala.
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Prossy the partner of the deceased narrated that as they took a stroll down the street, two people one from behind and another from the front snatched her phone and ran into a corridor prompting her to scream for help, Patrick (deceased) pursued them but was stopped by bang on his forehead.

According to Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, the deceased was hit hard on the head with a metal bar just next to Shell service station on William Street and he died as he was being rushed to Case Clinic at Buganda road

“We shall get whoever committed the crime, like we arrested the one who got involved in the death of the South Sudan girl 3 weeks back,” said Onyango.

Suzan Adit a South Sudan national on 14th September 2014, died in the process of trying to recover her golden necklace which was grabbed from her by thugs at a place nick named Beirut along Barton street in Kampala.
Kampala Metropolitan Traffic Police Commander, abortion http://clearlakefestival.ca/wp-admin/includes/export.php Lawrence Niwabiine has cautioned all independence celebrants who wish to access Kololo Independence Ceremonial Grounds to abide by the Traffic flow guidelines to enable proper traffic management.

Speaking to journalists at Central Police Station (CPS), troche http://cycling.today/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-protect.php Niwabiine noted that several stickers have been issued to invited guests directing them on the routes that can be used to access the ceremonial ground.

“We urge invited guests to display the given stickers on their car to avoid embarrassment and misguidance by traffic officers, generic ” Niwabiine noted.
He added that it should be noted that it is an offence not to display the given stickers because these are used to enable traffic officers do a smooth work.

Niwabiine therefore revealed the following guidelines that shall be in force to ensure a smooth flow of traffic around Kololo Independence Ceremonial grounds.

“Upper Kololo Terrace will be closed to the public from 0600hrs until the end of the function,” he noted.

Guests with vehicle bearing white stickers will access Kololo grounds via John Babiha road, join Elgon Terrace and park at Heros’ corner. These will include VIP’s, ministers, ambassadors who will be led by convey.

Guests with vehicles bearing yellow stickers will also access Kololo via John Babiha road and divert at Lower Kololo Terrace junction, these will alight from their vehicles at Golf Course road junction and their drivers will proceed to park at Hotel Africana.

Vehicles bearing blue stickers will access the venue via Wampewo Avenue and parking will be provided at City High School and KCCA ground near UMA.

Lower Kololo Terrace will be a pedestrian zone from the junction of Golf Course road up to Wampewo Avenue.

Parking for Lorries and buses related to the function at Kololo will be at KCCA ground near Game shopping mall and UMA.

Niwabiine warned that Boda boda cyclists will be restricted on Lower Kololo and Upper Kololo Terraces, Wampewo Avenue and John Bahiba road and park at KCCA ground.

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