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Museveni Woos Ugandans Abroad To Invest At Home

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dosage http://cheapjuicer.xyz/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-control.php sans-serif; line-height: 200%; font-size: small;”>The President’s Special Assistant for Communications, more about http://clark-illustration.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php Ms Sarah Kagingo, viagra 60mg has told Chimpreports that President Museveni yesterday, afternoon, received representatives of Turkish investors including Adali Insaat Inc and Tepe Klima Company based in Instanbul, at his home in Rwakitura.


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“Adaali Insaat is interested in harnessing wind for the production of energy, manufacture of solar panels, construction and leather tanning. Tepe Klima is interested in establishing International Maritime registry in Uganda,” Kagingo told Chimpreports.


According to the representative of Tepe Klima Company, Mr. Ulku Ortac, the venture once established, will carry Uganda’s flag on all the world’s sea vessels.


Ms Janefer Lawala, a Ugandan artist based in London attended the meeting.


The President also met Ms Margaret Lakidi and Mr. Nobert Komakech, also Ugandan entrepreneurs based in London.


Margaret fled Field Marshal Idi Amin Dada’s instability in the 70s.


She would like to return to Uganda and participate in the progress of motherland by generating energy and fertilisers from solid waste management.


She is also interested in modern agriculture in Ngomoromo, Lukung sub-county, Lamwo district.


Nobert is set to construct border markets at Musingo in Madi Opei sub-county also in Lamwo district.


Ngomoromo is symbolic. President Museveni launched Operation Iron Fist, the offensive against Kony’s LRA, at Ngomoromo in 2002.


Today the area is peaceful and secure.


“That Ugandans who fled instability of the years of old are increasingly interested in investing in their country is very encouraging,” Kagingo noted.


“We will benefit from their many years of exposure in developed worlds. We welcome you.”


Kagingo is confident that as President Museveni attracts more investors and Ugandans who fled the 70s and early 80s instabilities get increasingly interested in investing in motherland, more employment opportunities will be generated for youth.

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