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Speaker Kadaga, NRM Members in South Africa Discuss Trade

Speaker Kadaga and the NRM group in Cape Town

The Speaker of Parliament, capsule http://davidyoho.com/wp-includes/taxonomy.php Rebecca Kadaga has met with the National Resistance Movement party Diaspora league members in South Africa and discussed ways of promoting trade and investment back at home.

The Speaker was welcomed in Cape Town by the NRM chairman South Africa diaspora league branch Mr. Dennis Kalema who pointed out in the engagement with Kadaga that a lot more needs to be done in mobilizing the party faithful abroad to embark on development.

“We the NRM members in different countries are big and untapped potentials. Concerted efforts should be put in place to guide us in pushing for the development of our motherland, http://communique-de-presse-gratuit.com/wp-content/plugins/simple-tags/2.5/inc/simple-tags.widgets.php ” Mr. Kalema said.

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The league members requested Kadaga who is also the National Female Vice Chairperson of NRM to present their prayers back to the party administrators in Uganda. Meanwhile Kadaga became the Patron of the South African NRM diaspora league branch and promised to work with them in achieving their goals.

Currently all the ruling party Diaspora league branches are in a process of making ways of promoting tourism in Uganda after a meeting between the Tourism Minister, http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/quiz.php Godfrey Kiwanda and the Chairman of NRM Diaspora League Mr. Patrick Assimwe in London in September.

Kiwanda requested all the NRM members abroad to be tourism ambassadors in the respective countries they are working and living in. The Diaspora League spokesperson Mr. Moses Kimuli told ChimpReports that all their branches around the world are in the process of working with the government in promoting development through various ways.

“We are getting close to government and becoming serious partners in the achievement of all set economic goals,” Mr. Kimuli said.

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