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Musisi Explains how KCCA Car Killed Toddler

Kampala Capital City Authority Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi

Mama Ashanti Restaurant and bar was the place to be last Friday night for all Nigerian corporates in Uganda, dosage http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-includes/load.php as Star and Maltina (nonalcoholic) drinks were being launched.

The simple and corporate launch was attended by the crème de la crème of Nigerians in Uganda with the Chief Guest being the Nigerian ambassador to Uganda, find http://cooperatition.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php Ambassador Cornelius O. Oluwateru.

While people made merry, abortion our ChimpLyf Corp was able to have an exclusive interview with the ambassador about the two new brands and the relationship between Nigeria and Uganda socially and in business. Below are the excerpts;

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ChimpLyf: Being the Ambassador of Nigeria in Uganda, how do you find the people of Uganda?

Ambassador: The people of Uganda are so good and friendly. Their hospitality is so great. That is why you find people from different countries here. There are also many Nigerians here which shows how welcoming you people (Ugandans) are.

ChimpLyf: How would you describe the relationship between Uganda and Nigeria?

Ambassador: The relationship is so good both socially and in business.

ChimpLyf: What is your take on bringing Nigerian brands to Uganda?

Ambassador: It is a very good thing as it will bring the two countries together. It will strengthen our ties. For example, these two brands are so popular in Nigeria, it was a very good idea to introduce them to Ugandans and I’m so sure they will love them so much. I have been taking Star beer for a long time and it is my favourite.

ChimpLyf: Are there any Ugandan brands in Nigeria?

Ambassador: Not yet, which is surprising. All I can advise business people is to do marketing research and take their products to Nigeria because the market is guaranteed. For example, Dr. Saali is in Nigeria trying to take his products there and I am sure he will do well.

ChimpLyf: What do you advise Ugandans that want to take their brands to Nigeria?

Ambassador: I advise them to do so. All this will help keep the good relationship between Uganda and Nigeria. It will help harmonize the two countries.

Photos by, Michael Nteza

The Ambassador (L) with a friend at the function

The Ambassador (L) with a friend at the function

 

 

 

 
Mama Ashanti Restaurant and bar was the place to be last Friday night for all Nigerian corporates in Uganda and all those that love beer as two Nigerian beer brands, treatment http://cayein.com/wp-includes/ms-deprecated.php Star beer and Maltina (nonalcoholic) were being launched.

The simple and corporate launch was attended by the crème de la crème of Nigerians in Uganda with the Chief Guest being the Nigerian ambassador to Uganda, visit this Ambassador Cornelius O. Oluwateru.

The night started out as a normal one in the bar with an average crowd until the invitees started arriving causing the party to catch fire. People sat around tables and made merry as they ordered for rounds and rounds of the new brands.

When some of the guests that were downing the drinks were interviewed, order they couldn’t help but praise the brands. Most of them were actually Nigerians who are in Uganda for either business or academics. They said the new brands gave them a home-feeling while the others said they were getting a little nostalgic about home (Nigeria).

When asked what inspired him to bring the brands into Uganda, Peter O. L. Arigidi said that after a great deal of marketing research, he saw an opportunity for business and is confident that the Ugandan market will love the drinks since they are brewed on African soil.

“We plan to make the brands bigger in Uganda too. In the next few days, people will be able to get the drinks from some of the big supermarkets like Shoprite and Tuskys. We also plan to export the brands outside Kampala to all regions of Uganda. The brands can also be found in some of the major bars around town,” Peter, the System analyst said.

While people made merry and downed the drinks, our ChimpLyf Corp was able to have an exclusive interview with the ambassador about the two new brands and the relationship between Nigeria and Uganda socially and in business. Below are the excerpts;

ChimpLyf: Being the Ambassador of Nigeria in Uganda, how do you find the people of Uganda?

Ambassador: The people of Uganda are so good and friendly. Their hospitality is so great. That is why you find people from different countries here. There are also many Nigerians here which shows how welcoming you people (Ugandans) are.

ChimpLyf: How would you describe the relationship between Uganda and Nigeria?

Ambassador: The relationship is so good both socially and in business.

ChimpLyf: What is your take on bringing Nigerian brands to Uganda?

Ambassador: It is a very good thing as it will bring the two countries together. It will strengthen our ties. For example, these two brands are so popular in Nigeria, it was a very good idea to introduce them to Ugandans and I’m so sure they will love them so much. I have been taking Star beer for a long time and it is my favourite.

ChimpLyf: Are there any Ugandan brands in Nigeria?

Ambassador: Not yet, which is surprising. All I can advise business people is to do marketing research and take their products to Nigeria because the market is guaranteed. For example, Dr. Saali is in Nigeria trying to take his products there and I am sure he will do well.

ChimpLyf: What do you advise Ugandans that want to take their brands to Nigeria?

Ambassador: I advise them to do so. All this will help keep the good relationship between Uganda and Nigeria. It will help harmonize the two countries.

Photos by, Michael Nteza

Ushers pose with the two brands

Ushers pose with the two brands

The Ambassador (L) with a friend at the function

The Ambassador (L) with a friend at the function

The two new brands, Star beer and Maltina

The two new brands, Star beer and Maltina

 

 

 

 
Kampala Capital City Authority Executive Director, cialis 40mg http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/photos.htmluploader.php Jennifer Musisi has come out to clarify on the incidence in which a toddler was killed by a car belonging to KCCA yesterday.

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Musisi noted that, two relatives who were later identified as the mother of the detainee and another person came with the baby to see the suspect at the court.

“In the course of their stay, the baby strayed away and went down the slope into the parking lot behind KCCA Head Quarters which has mature foliage forming the gardens,” Musisi said in a statement.

Musisi continued to state that the driver of the KCCA car in question drove into the parking lot and after dropping staff, reversed out. “This is when he accidentally ran over the child, who had just emerged from the foliage,” the ED held.

Musisi further stressed that, KCCA rushed the child to Mulago for medical support but unfortunately it passed away due to the injuries it had sustained.

She further noted that following the incidence, Police was immediately informed and that investigations were underway.

“This is a very sad and an unfortunate incidence. We are working with the bereaved family on funeral arrangements,” she added.

Her statement comes shortly after FIDA-Uganda unveiled a notion to deliver justice to the bereaved family stating that they were saddened by the news of the death whose mother had been bundled for street vending.

FIDA also vowed to ensure and provide the necessary legal support needed as investigations continue.

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