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One of the 50 enterprises in the first rural industrial park will be an automobile assembling plant.
The Prime Minister, nurse more about who was meeting a Chinese Liaoning delegation, added that the development of the park will speed up the industrialization processes of Uganda, create jobs, increase tax revenue and promote economic prosperity.
The delegation which met the Prime Minister last week, was led by the vice governor of Liaoning Province of the People’s Republic of China, Gang Rui.
The concept to establish the industrial park was first mooted to government in 2013 by Bing Zhigang.
The project was approved by the Ministry of Finance and the Liaoning Provincial Bureau of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation.
Rugunda informed the delegation that Uganda was getting low value from exporting raw materials.
‘The establishment of an industrial park in Kapeeka will help Uganda to add value and consequently get more Foreign Exchange,” he said, adding, ‘This is the beginning of the cooperation in promoting Uganda from agriculture to industrial stage.”
He congratulated the Chinese Government for having one of the fastest growing economies in the world. ‘When you bring industrialization in Africa, you bring development and therefore government will definitely support your effort,” he said.
Describing their investment as a starting point of cooperation with Uganda, Gang Rui informed the Premier that Liaoning Province was determined to develop stronger ties with Uganda. He said Liaoning has the largest variety of manufacturing industries in China.
The Uganda – Liao Shen Industrial Park in Kapeeka was commissioned by President Museveni.
The project is co-invested and managed by Zhong Da Group and Zhang’s Group.
According to the park’s investment manual, the project will cost about 600 million US Dollars.
Infrastructure construction at the site will be complete by the end of the year to pave way for the first 10 enterprises. These will include an automobile assembling plant and agro-processing, among others.
The meeting was attended by the Minister for General Duties Professor Tarsis Kabwegyere, State Minister for Higher Education, Science, Technology and Sports, Professor Tickodri Togboa and the Permanent Secretary Office of the Prime Minister, Christine Guwatudde Kintu.
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She revealed that she has received several calls from Kasenda sub county residents threatening to lynch her should she attempt to step in the area.
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In a brief harmonization meeting for candidates contesting for parliamentary seats at Electoral Commission Offices Bukwali in Fort Portal municipality on Friday, Hon. Muhanga asked the Returning Officer and DISO to warn her opponents from inciting people to threaten her with death, noting that this was affecting her campaigning.
But her rival Businge said Muhanga did not have any evidence of Kasenda residents intimidating and threatening to kill as she alleges.
Mr. Valley Kanzire the Returning Officer Kabarole and DISO Mr. Edmon Kamanyire asked Muhanga to provide clear evidence on the threats, and let police handle that matter.
In the same meeting the Returning Officer cautioned the nominated candidates in the district against campaigning for their party colleagues on rallies and radios, noting that these face disqualification.
He mentioned some of the candidates who were campaigning for aspiring MPs for Burahya county seat as Gilbert Kayondo, Jorum Bintamanya, Willy Snob Magezi Mapapa and Stella Kemigabo.