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Museveni: Private Sector Springboard for Uganda's Dev't

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The deliberations opened yesterday.

Today’s second session ran under the theme “Petroleum, Oil and Gas.”

Mr. Museveni stressed that private sector-led growth was a strategy that would enable Uganda to attain much faster and steadier rate of development.

He urged government technocrats and officials to endeavour and utilize fully the private sector because it is a springboard for the development not only of Uganda but the region as a whole.

He called on them to appreciate the crucial role of investors in the development of the country adding that all efforts should be expended to attract more entrepreneurs to Uganda.

The President commended the participants for their contributions to the economic recovery of Uganda.

Museveni thanked Baroness Linda Chalker for her counsel and also for building bridges between Uganda and our development partners.

He commended Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and his team for following up on what was agreed upon in the previous round table sessions.

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