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Vodafone Head of Marketing Jackie Namara (M), Collin Asiimwe an advertising Consultant (L) and Gaetano Kagwa Capital FM presenter (R) during the Social Media day celebrations at National Resource Centre Bugolobi.

DHL Express, treatment http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-2af541400641af818f368818f165402f.php the leading global brand in the logistics industry has continued to see Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) as one of the most prominent areas of growth for the business globally.

With increased Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) and continued macro-economic growth, click http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-includes/bookmark-template.php Africa is believed to be an economic powerhouse in the future. It’s for this reason that DHL Express has and will continue to invest significantly in this region.

According to the recently released EY 2015 Africa Attractiveness Survey, http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-admin/includes/import.php the number of foreign direct investments (FDI) fell by 8.4% in 2014 however capital investment into Africa surged to US$128b, a year-on-year increase of 136%. The average investment increased to US$174.5m per project, up from US$67.8m in 2013.

Charles Brewer, Managing Director of DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa says DHL plans to invest millions of Euros across Sub-Saharan Africa this year 2015.

DHL has major projects underway that include upgrades to facilities and shipment handling systems in South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, DRC, Rwanda, Angola, Zimbabwe and Botswana.

According to Brewer, the company will begin planned upgrades in Ghana, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Benin, Cameroon, Guinea Republic, Gabon, Tanzania, Mauritius and Cote D’Ivoire.

Brewer says in addition to facility upgrades, they have a number of vehicle and technology upgrades taking place this year along with ongoing employee and SME development programs.

“Continued focus and investment in market-leading infrastructure will better connect Africa to the rest of the world and create more opportunities for African businesses allowing them to trade across borders and with new target markets.” Brewer said

“DHL Express is committed to not only connecting others to Africa – one of the world’s largest frontiers for growth, but to making the rest of the world the next frontier for Africa,” he concluded.
Former FDC president Col Kizza Besigye has picked his nomination forms, price http://cdaink.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-constants.php ready to stand as the opposition party’s flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential elections.

At the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, what is ed http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa says Besigye’s nomination date is July 1.

A procession of Besigye’s supporters is expected from Kampala city centre to Najjanankumbi.

The current FDC president Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu also picked the nomination forms today for the same slot ahead of the much-anticipated polls.

This means the two will have to have to lock horns before any of them takes on the ruling party’s candidate, doctor possibly President Museveni, in the presidential elections.

“Rtd. Gen. Muntu has picked nomination forms and has booked 2nd July at 2:00pm to return his nomination forms,” said FDC Deputy Electoral Commission chairman, Michael Kabaziguruka at FDC’s weekly press conference in Kampala on Monday.

“Col. Kizza Besigye has also picked forms and booked July 1 at midday to return the forms and Moses Byamugisha will be returning forms on Wednesday 1st at 10:00am.”

Besigye’s forms were picked by Wilberforce Kyambadde, the Deputy Treasurer General.

ChimpReports on June 10 broke the news that Besigye had hinted on his return to the national presidential campaign but most political observers dismissed the story as unauthentic.

Asked by a radio talk show on whether he would stand for presidential election in 2016, Besigye responded: “I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition that we need; I will be available.”

Besigye’s 2016 bid comes only less than a year after he vowed never to contest again in an election where President Museveni is a candidate.

In November last year, Dr Besigye told media that he would not stand in 2016 and that he would use “other means to dismantle the dictatorship.”

He however, reverted this stance in June, saying contesting to become a president has no limits, citing Nigeria’s newly elected President Muhammad Buhari, who won the election on the fourth attempt.

“There is a big difference between seeking a term and serving a term. Anybody who goes in an election is not serving a term, he is seeking that term and certainly terms can be sought as many times as the seeker of the term wants. There’s absolutely no harm in that,” said Besigye.

He also scoffed at Ugandans who are against his candidacy, noting that he in fact is not obsessed with contesting in elections.

“I have heard people against my candidacy; they want me to allow others to also taste, etc. It’s as though some people think that being a candidate to challenge a dictator is a cup of tea, and that it’s something I look forward to undertake. No! It’s actually a tough call, I have been a candidate 3 times and I can tell you it’s a tough call from all angles,” he added.

“Candidates get out of the campaigns in a pretty bad shape; it is a huge cost on the person. You saw, my sister Beti Kamya in 2011; she needed a medical operation in the middle of the election!”

He added, “It’s a huge toll on your personal resources and your family. I’m not dying to be a candidate, but I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition we need I will be available.”

Besigye’s decision to take on President for the fourth time, it is reported, was largely informed by pressure from a section of FDC members who believe that his absence in next year’s election means that Museveni will sail through with ease.

Reports indicate that supporters have been constantly thronging his home in Kasangati, pushing him to drop his earlier stance and offer himself for 2016.

The FDC youth recently mobilised money to facilitate Besigye’s campaigns.
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At the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, erectile Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa says Besigye’s nomination date is July 1.

A procession of Besigye’s supporters is expected from Kampala city centre to Najjanankumbi.

The current FDC president Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu also picked the nomination forms today for the same slot ahead of the much-anticipated polls.

This means the two will have to have to lock horns before any of them takes on the ruling party in the presidential elections.

ChimpReports on June 10 broke the news that Besigye had hinted on his return to the national presidential campaign but most political observers dismissed the story as unauthentic.

Asked by a radio talk show on whether he would stand for presidential election in 2016, medications Besigye responded: “I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition that we need; I will be available.”

Besigye’s 2016 bid comes only less than a year after he vowed never to contest again in an election where President Museveni is a candidate.

In November last year, Dr Besigye told media that he would not stand in 2016 and that he would use “other means to dismantle the dictatorship.”

He however, reverted this stance in June, saying contesting to become a president has no limits, citing Nigeria’s newly elected President Muhammad Buhari, who won the election on the fourth attempt.

“There is a big difference between seeking a term and serving a term. Anybody who goes in an election is not serving a term, he is seeking that term and certainly terms can be sought as many times as the seeker of the term wants. There’s absolutely no harm in that,” said Besigye.

He also scoffed at Ugandans who are against his candidacy, noting that he in fact is not obsessed with contesting in elections.

“I have heard people against my candidacy; they want me to allow others to also taste, etc. It’s as though some people think that being a candidate to challenge a dictator is a cup of tea, and that it’s something I look forward to undertake. No! It’s actually a tough call, I have been a candidate 3 times and I can tell you it’s a tough call from all angles,” he added.

“Candidates get out of the campaigns in a pretty bad shape; it is a huge cost on the person. You saw, my sister Beti Kamya in 2011; she needed a medical operation in the middle of the election!”

He added, “It’s a huge toll on your personal resources and your family. I’m not dying to be a candidate, but I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition we need I will be available.”

Besigye’s decision to take on President for the fourth time, it is reported, was largely informed by pressure from a section of FDC members who believe that his absence in next year’s election means that Museveni will sail through with ease.

Reports indicate that supporters have been constantly thronging his home in Kasangati, pushing him to drop his earlier stance and offer himself for 2016.

The FDC youth recently mobilised money to facilitate his campaigns.
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At the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa says Besigye’s nomination date is July 1.

A procession of Besigye’s supporters is expected from Kampala city centre to Najjanankumbi.

The current FDC president Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu also picked the nomination forms today for the same slot ahead of the much-anticipated polls.

This means the two will have to have to lock horns before any of them takes on the ruling party in the presidential elections.

ChimpReports on June 10 broke the news that Besigye had hinted on his return to the national presidential campaign but most political observers dismissed the story as unauthentic.

Asked by a radio talk show on whether he would stand for presidential election in 2016, Besigye responded: “I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition that we need; I will be available.”

Besigye’s 2016 bid comes only less than a year after he vowed never to contest again in an election where President Museveni is a candidate.

In November last year, Dr Besigye told media that he would not stand in 2016 and that he would use “other means to dismantle the dictatorship.”

He however, reverted this stance in June, saying contesting to become a president has no limits, citing Nigeria’s newly elected President Muhammad Buhari, who won the election on the fourth attempt.

“There is a big difference between seeking a term and serving a term. Anybody who goes in an election is not serving a term, he is seeking that term and certainly terms can be sought as many times as the seeker of the term wants. There’s absolutely no harm in that,” said Besigye.

He also scoffed at Ugandans who are against his candidacy, noting that he in fact is not obsessed with contesting in elections.

“I have heard people against my candidacy; they want me to allow others to also taste, etc. It’s as though some people think that being a candidate to challenge a dictator is a cup of tea, and that it’s something I look forward to undertake. No! It’s actually a tough call, I have been a candidate 3 times and I can tell you it’s a tough call from all angles,” he added.

“Candidates get out of the campaigns in a pretty bad shape; it is a huge cost on the person. You saw, my sister Beti Kamya in 2011; she needed a medical operation in the middle of the election!”

He added, “It’s a huge toll on your personal resources and your family. I’m not dying to be a candidate, but I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition we need I will be available.”

Besigye’s decision to take on President for the fourth time, it is reported, was largely informed by pressure from a section of FDC members who believe that his absence in next year’s election means that Museveni will sail through with ease.

Reports indicate that supporters have been constantly thronging his home in Kasangati, pushing him to drop his earlier stance and offer himself for 2016.

The FDC youth recently mobilised money to facilitate his campaigns.
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A procession of Besigye’s supporters is expected from Kampala city centre to Najjanankumbi.

The current FDC president Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu also picked the nomination forms today for the same slot ahead of the much-anticipated polls.

This means the two will have to have to lock horns before any of them takes on the ruling party in the presidential elections.

ChimpReports on June 10 broke the news that Besigye had hinted on his return to the national presidential campaign but most political observers dismissed the story as unauthentic.

Asked by a radio talk show on whether he would stand for presidential election in 2016, Besigye responded: “I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition that we need; I will be available.”

Besigye’s 2016 bid comes only less than a year after he vowed never to contest again in an election where President Museveni is a candidate.

In November last year, Dr Besigye told media that he would not stand in 2016 and that he would use “other means to dismantle the dictatorship.”

He however, reverted this stance in June, saying contesting to become a president has no limits, citing Nigeria’s newly elected President Muhammad Buhari, who won the election on the fourth attempt.

“There is a big difference between seeking a term and serving a term. Anybody who goes in an election is not serving a term, he is seeking that term and certainly terms can be sought as many times as the seeker of the term wants. There’s absolutely no harm in that,” said Besigye.

He also scoffed at Ugandans who are against his candidacy, noting that he in fact is not obsessed with contesting in elections.

“I have heard people against my candidacy; they want me to allow others to also taste, etc. It’s as though some people think that being a candidate to challenge a dictator is a cup of tea, and that it’s something I look forward to undertake. No! It’s actually a tough call, I have been a candidate 3 times and I can tell you it’s a tough call from all angles,” he added.

“Candidates get out of the campaigns in a pretty bad shape; it is a huge cost on the person. You saw, my sister Beti Kamya in 2011; she needed a medical operation in the middle of the election!”

He added, “It’s a huge toll on your personal resources and your family. I’m not dying to be a candidate, but I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition we need I will be available.”

Besigye’s decision to take on President for the fourth time, it is reported, was largely informed by pressure from a section of FDC members who believe that his absence in next year’s election means that Museveni will sail through with ease.

Reports indicate that supporters have been constantly thronging his home in Kasangati, pushing him to drop his earlier stance and offer himself for 2016.

The FDC youth recently mobilised money to facilitate his campaigns.
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Officials told ChimpReports that police took the body for post-mortem.

The deceased, who was revered in the area for his crime prevention skills, is thought to have been ambushed and slaughtered by criminals in Kabale.

“The body bore all the hallmarks of murder,” said Kigezi region police spokesperson Elly Maate.

Deep stab wounds were visible on the head. Two pangas were recovered from the crime scene.

Maate said Twinomugisha was last seen drinking and playing cards with friends at Nyaruhanga Trading Center before being trailed and killed on his way back home.

Police urged residents to provide leading clues to the shocking the incident.
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At the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, remedy http://debiontheweb.com/wp-includes/class-wp-walker.php Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa says Besigye’s nomination date is July 1.

A procession of Besigye’s supporters is expected from Kampala city centre to Najjanankumbi.

The current FDC president Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu also picked the nomination forms today for the same slot ahead of the much-anticipated polls.

This means the two will have to have to lock horns before any of them takes on the ruling party in the presidential elections.

ChimpReports on June 10 broke the news that Besigye had hinted on his return to the national presidential campaign but most political observers dismissed the story as unauthentic.

Asked by a radio talk show on whether he would stand for presidential election in 2016, Besigye responded: “I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition that we need; I will be available.”

Besigye’s 2016 bid comes only less than a year after he vowed never to contest again in an election where President Museveni is a candidate.

In November last year, Dr Besigye told media that he would not stand in 2016 and that he would use “other means to dismantle the dictatorship.”

He however, reverted this stance in June, saying contesting to become a president has no limits, citing Nigeria’s newly elected President Muhammad Buhari, who won the election on the fourth attempt.

“There is a big difference between seeking a term and serving a term. Anybody who goes in an election is not serving a term, he is seeking that term and certainly terms can be sought as many times as the seeker of the term wants. There’s absolutely no harm in that,” said Besigye.

He also scoffed at Ugandans who are against his candidacy, noting that he in fact is not obsessed with contesting in elections.

“I have heard people against my candidacy; they want me to allow others to also taste, etc. It’s as though some people think that being a candidate to challenge a dictator is a cup of tea, and that it’s something I look forward to undertake. No! It’s actually a tough call, I have been a candidate 3 times and I can tell you it’s a tough call from all angles,” he added.

“Candidates get out of the campaigns in a pretty bad shape; it is a huge cost on the person. You saw, my sister Beti Kamya in 2011; she needed a medical operation in the middle of the election!”

He added, “It’s a huge toll on your personal resources and your family. I’m not dying to be a candidate, but I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition we need I will be available.”

Besigye’s decision to take on President for the fourth time, it is reported, was largely informed by pressure from a section of FDC members who believe that his absence in next year’s election means that Museveni will sail through with ease.

Reports indicate that supporters have been constantly thronging his home in Kasangati, pushing him to drop his earlier stance and offer himself for 2016.

The FDC youth recently mobilised money to facilitate his campaigns.
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At the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, page http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/custom-css.php Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa says Besigye’s nomination date is July 1.

A procession of Besigye’s supporters is expected from Kampala city centre to Najjanankumbi.

The current FDC president Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu also picked the nomination forms today for the same slot ahead of the much-anticipated polls.

This means the two will have to have to lock horns before any of them takes on the ruling party’s candidate, dosage possibly President Museveni, in the presidential elections.

ChimpReports on June 10 broke the news that Besigye had hinted on his return to the national presidential campaign but most political observers dismissed the story as unauthentic.

Asked by a radio talk show on whether he would stand for presidential election in 2016, Besigye responded: “I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition that we need; I will be available.”

Besigye’s 2016 bid comes only less than a year after he vowed never to contest again in an election where President Museveni is a candidate.

In November last year, Dr Besigye told media that he would not stand in 2016 and that he would use “other means to dismantle the dictatorship.”

He however, reverted this stance in June, saying contesting to become a president has no limits, citing Nigeria’s newly elected President Muhammad Buhari, who won the election on the fourth attempt.

“There is a big difference between seeking a term and serving a term. Anybody who goes in an election is not serving a term, he is seeking that term and certainly terms can be sought as many times as the seeker of the term wants. There’s absolutely no harm in that,” said Besigye.

He also scoffed at Ugandans who are against his candidacy, noting that he in fact is not obsessed with contesting in elections.

“I have heard people against my candidacy; they want me to allow others to also taste, etc. It’s as though some people think that being a candidate to challenge a dictator is a cup of tea, and that it’s something I look forward to undertake. No! It’s actually a tough call, I have been a candidate 3 times and I can tell you it’s a tough call from all angles,” he added.

“Candidates get out of the campaigns in a pretty bad shape; it is a huge cost on the person. You saw, my sister Beti Kamya in 2011; she needed a medical operation in the middle of the election!”

He added, “It’s a huge toll on your personal resources and your family. I’m not dying to be a candidate, but I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition we need I will be available.”

Besigye’s decision to take on President for the fourth time, it is reported, was largely informed by pressure from a section of FDC members who believe that his absence in next year’s election means that Museveni will sail through with ease.

Reports indicate that supporters have been constantly thronging his home in Kasangati, pushing him to drop his earlier stance and offer himself for 2016.

The FDC youth recently mobilised money to facilitate his campaigns.
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At the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa says Besigye’s nomination date is July 1.

A procession of Besigye’s supporters is expected from Kampala city centre to Najjanankumbi.

The current FDC president Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu also picked the nomination forms today for the same slot ahead of the much-anticipated polls.

This means the two will have to have to lock horns before any of them takes on the ruling party’s candidate, possibly President Museveni, in the presidential elections.

ChimpReports on June 10 broke the news that Besigye had hinted on his return to the national presidential campaign but most political observers dismissed the story as unauthentic.

Asked by a radio talk show on whether he would stand for presidential election in 2016, Besigye responded: “I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition that we need; I will be available.”

Besigye’s 2016 bid comes only less than a year after he vowed never to contest again in an election where President Museveni is a candidate.

In November last year, Dr Besigye told media that he would not stand in 2016 and that he would use “other means to dismantle the dictatorship.”

He however, reverted this stance in June, saying contesting to become a president has no limits, citing Nigeria’s newly elected President Muhammad Buhari, who won the election on the fourth attempt.

“There is a big difference between seeking a term and serving a term. Anybody who goes in an election is not serving a term, he is seeking that term and certainly terms can be sought as many times as the seeker of the term wants. There’s absolutely no harm in that,” said Besigye.

He also scoffed at Ugandans who are against his candidacy, noting that he in fact is not obsessed with contesting in elections.

“I have heard people against my candidacy; they want me to allow others to also taste, etc. It’s as though some people think that being a candidate to challenge a dictator is a cup of tea, and that it’s something I look forward to undertake. No! It’s actually a tough call, I have been a candidate 3 times and I can tell you it’s a tough call from all angles,” he added.

“Candidates get out of the campaigns in a pretty bad shape; it is a huge cost on the person. You saw, my sister Beti Kamya in 2011; she needed a medical operation in the middle of the election!”

He added, “It’s a huge toll on your personal resources and your family. I’m not dying to be a candidate, but I am willing to offer myself for whatever it takes, whatever will advance the struggle to the transition we need I will be available.”

Besigye’s decision to take on President for the fourth time, it is reported, was largely informed by pressure from a section of FDC members who believe that his absence in next year’s election means that Museveni will sail through with ease.

Reports indicate that supporters have been constantly thronging his home in Kasangati, pushing him to drop his earlier stance and offer himself for 2016.

The FDC youth recently mobilised money to facilitate Besigye’s campaigns.
PHOTOS: Police Arrest Pro-Mbabazi Youth

Police in Kawempe on Monday swung into action, remedy http://cprescue.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-post-comments-list-table.php arresting 7 members of the NRM Poor Youth group who had gathered at Kawempe Country Inn launching what they termed as Amama Mbabazi’s manifesto for the forthcoming elections.

The youth led by Richard Kirekyankuba while addressing journalists said Mbabazi had agreed with them that there is need to improve the health system, page education andthe agricultural sector and promised that these among others would be his main focus while canvassing for votes.

“He is set to revive agriculture as the backbone of the country through giving out coffee, mangoes, oranges, and cotton seedlings to all farmers throughout the country on top of hoes as part of the strategy to revive Uganda’s past glory in agriculture,” Kirekyankuba noted.

“Mbabazi wants the country to go back to the ranks of the world’s leading coffee producers better than Brazil as it was. We want the agricultural sector which for long was the backbone of the country to be revived.”

The youth said  their candidate is set to improve the health sector through what was termed as ‘Amama Health care’ where each village will have 10 village health terms, each parish with a health centre II on top of ambulances which would ease transport of patients to referral hospitals.

Referring to him as ‘President’, the youth said Mbabazi is set to improve the education system and this they said books and other scholastic materials will be distributed to all UPE schools throughout the country to ease learning for children.

“We have set up teams of youth at village level giving out the agricultural and scholastic materials to all people in a bid to improve their welfare,” the youth noted.

Meanwhile, a few minutes after addressing journalists, police led by Kawempe DPC Patrick Alinyo arrested the youths for holding what was termed as an unlawful meeting.

Alinyo cited the Public Order Management Act, saying the youths ought to have sought permission from authorities before holding their meeting.

“They were taking the law into their hands thus causing violence. They were inciting the public as they had not sought permission from authorities. They must know this is a state with laws governing it and have to adhere to them,” Alinyo said.

The youths were later detained at Kawempe police station.

Police have previously warned and arrested supporters of Mbabazi for what officials have described as “premature electioneering.”

Mbabazi recently announced plans to stand for president in 2016.
 

Police are investigating circumstances under which a 35-year-old crime preventer was killed on Saturday night in Kabale.

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Officials told ChimpReports that police took the body for post-mortem.

The deceased, who was revered in the area for his crime prevention skills, is thought to have been ambushed and slaughtered by criminals in Kabale.

“The body bore all the hallmarks of murder,” said Kigezi region police spokesperson Elly Maate.

Deep stab wounds were visible on the head. Two pangas were recovered from the crime scene.

Maate said Twinomugisha was last seen drinking and playing cards with friends at Nyaruhanga Trading Center before being trailed and killed on his way back home.

Police urged residents to provide leading clues to the shocking the incident.
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Officials told ChimpReports that police took the body for post-mortem.

The deceased, who was revered in the area for his crime prevention skills, is thought to have been ambushed and slaughtered by criminals in Kabale.

“The body bore all the hallmarks of murder,” said Kigezi region police spokesperson Elly Maate.

Deep stab wounds were visible on the head. Two pangas were recovered from the crime scene.

Maate said Twinomugisha was last seen drinking and playing cards with friends at Nyaruhanga Trading Center before being trailed and killed on his way back home.

Police urged residents to provide leading clues to the shocking the incident.
The business community in Uganda has been advised to use social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to create brand awareness and grow their businesses at low cost.

This was during the Social Media Day event that took place at the National Water Resource Center in Bugolobi on Saturday.

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“Vodafone as the latest entrant in the telecom industry hit Social Media with a bang. We have been doing aggressive brand awareness which has helped us build a relationship with our clientele”, Namara said.

“When you have a social media strategy, you get to know what your customers like and what they don’t like, you get new followers hence increasing you target audience,” she added.

According to Collins Asiimwe, an advertising consultant, social media is affordable, versatile, and robust.

“Social Media brings engagement between the brand and customer, you can measure what you have put in,” Asiimwe said. “It can also answer the day today challenges faced in businesses,” he added.

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