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Uganda-Rwanda Business Forum Opens Today

Friends and relatives of the late Canon Simoni Petero Bwajojo have started arriving at Namirembe Cathedral in Kampala to pay their last respects to the deceased, viagra sale http://conocity.eu/wp-includes/id3/module.audio.mp3.php Chimp Corps report.

The exiled former spymaster Gen David Sejusa’s father passed away on Sunday morning at Mulago Referral Hospital in Kampala where he had earlier been admitted with heart complications.

After the church service, http://daisho.ca/wp-content/plugins/podpress/getid3/module.graphic.png.php the body of Bwajojo will be taken to his church, Kawanda Church of Uganda, Sembabule for another service which is expected to be attended mainly by locals.

He will be laid to rest on Thursday at his ancestral home in Bweyale, Sembabule district, according to the funeral programme sent to this website on Monday morning.

Gen Sejusa is not likely to attend the burial ceremony as he is wanted by the state for engaging in acts that threaten national security and life of the head of state.

Before his death, Bwajojo urged Museveni and Sejusa to reconcile considering they fought together in so many wars.

More updates and photos will be rolled out as the event unfolds 
First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs, thumb http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/list_widget.php Janet Museveni Friday met a delegation from the Nile Humanitarian Development Agency, a Turkish community not for Profit organization in Uganda with whom they discussed issues of cooperation.

During the meeting held on Friday at Nakasero State House, the delegation led by the Chairman Turkish Community also Director Galaxy International School Ibrahim Bicakci informed the First Lady of their interest to invest in Uganda through KIMSE YOK MU, a renowned global charity organization from Turkey, who are their partners. 

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They also informed her about their programmes in the country among which are the construction of different schools and a modern hospital in Jinja that will be a relief to many Ugandans who have been seeking specialized treatment abroad.

KIMSE YOK MU through the Nile Humanitarian Development Agency has also extended relief support during disasters for example the Budduda landslides and financed the sinking of many boreholes in Uganda to support the rural communities access clean and safe water. They also support needy students by sponsoring their education both locally in Uganda and in Turkey.

Mrs Janet Museveni and the Turkish discussed possible support to the schools in Ruhaama Constituency.

The Turkish also donated some cows from the Turkish community in Uganda to the people of Ruhaama Constituency in solidarity with the Muslim community to celebrate the feast of Eid Al Adhuha.

Ibrahim Bicakci said that the donation of cows from the Turkish community which has Muslims among its members is in fulfillment of their spiritual obligation of slaughtering animals and according the opportunity to Ugandans to access free meat in this season without discrimination.

 
Rwanda President Paul Kagame and his Ugandan host Yoweri Museveni will today Tuesday grace the Uganda-Rwanda Business Summit at Kampala Serena Hotel, visit this http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-importer/wordpress-importer.php Chimp Corps report.

The third business forum will be an opportunity for the two countries to market the viable investment projects to the potential investors, site http://cmd-kenya.org/institute/wp-content/themes/divi/divi/includes/functions/sanitization.php according to Uganda’s High Commissioner to Rwanda, malady http://coupon-ads.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php Amb Richard Kabonero.

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.

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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