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Uganda Diaspora Summit to Focus on Investment

Frank Sebbowa, UIA Executive Director

Buganda Road court Chief magistrate Flavia Nbakooza has charged a crime preventer attached to the Kampala Central Police Station (CPS) with the murder of business woman Donah Betty Katushabe.

Paul Tasingika is alleged to have connived with the owner of Pine Car Bond Muhammad Ssebufu and three others to torture Katushabe and rob her mobile phone worth Shs 300, pharmacy http://cwsgroup.com.au/components/com_k2/views/item/view.json.php 000 last month.

The accused are said to have used sticks and pointed weapons to torture to death Katushabe, more about http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-shipping.php who owed them Shs 9 million from a car purchase.

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Tasingika together with 4 other co-accused persons were not allowed to plead to the charges as they can only be tried by the High Court.

The accused in dock

The accused in dock

The crime preventer however asked court to order prison authorities to remand him in a separate room from his co-accused, http://cricutsearch.com/copper/themes/cricut/theme.php for fear of his life.

“My lord for the safety of my life I pray that I am not remanded `in the same custody with my co-accused Phillip Mirambe and Kayiza Godfrey because I don’t trust them,” begged Tayinzika.

The Chief magistrate granted his wish and prison authorities also undertook to safeguard him.

Late Katushabe's relatives accused Ssebuufu's sympathizers of being paid to wear compassionate T shirts

Late Katushabe’s relatives accused Ssebuufu’s sympathizers of being paid to wear compassionate T shirts

The State Attorney Jonathan Muwaganya asked court for a two weeks adjournment to enable Police to finalize investigations in this matter.

The accused have been remanded to Luzira Prison up to the November 26th.

Outside the court, chaos broke out as a group of Muhammad Sebuufu’s sympathizers dressed in white T-shirts were attacked by relatives of late Katushabe, accusing of being paid Shs 2000 to put on the T shirts. Anti-riot police remained on standby throughout the session to curtail possible injuries.

 
Buganda Road court Chief magistrate Flavia Nbakooza has charged a crime preventer attached to the Kampala Central Police Station (CPS) with the murder of business woman Donah Betty Katushabe.

Paul Tasingika is alleged to have connived with the owner of Pine Car Bond Muhammad Ssebufu and three others to torture Katushabe and rob her mobile phone worth Shs 300, decease http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/yarpp-templates/yarpp-template-multilingual.php 000 last month.

The accused are said to have used sticks and pointed weapons to torture to death Katushabe, sales http://cutteraviation.com/wp-includes/option.php who owed them Shs 9 million from a car purchase.

Tasingika together with 4 other co-accused persons were not allowed to plead to the charges as they can only be tried by the High Court.

The accused in dock

The accused in dock

The crime preventer however asked court to order prison authorities to remand him in a separate room from his co-accused, http://csanz.edu.au/wp-admin/includes/dashboard.php for fear of his life.

“My lord for the safety of my life I pray that I am not remanded `in the same custody with my co-accused Phillip Mirambe and Kayiza Godfrey because I don’t trust them,” begged Tayinzika.

The Chief magistrate granted his wish and prison authorities also undertook to safeguard him.

Late Katushabe's relatives accused Ssebuufu's sympathizers of being paid to wear compassionate T shirts

Late Katushabe’s relatives accused Ssebuufu’s sympathizers of being paid to wear compassionate T shirts

The State Attorney Jonathan Muwaganya asked court for a two weeks adjournment to enable Police to finalize investigations in this matter.

The accused have been remanded to Luzira Prison up to the November 26th.

Outside the court, chaos broke out as a group of Muhammad Sebuufu’s sympathizers dressed in white T-shirts were attacked by relatives of late Katushabe, accusing of being paid Shs 2000 to put on the T shirts. Anti-riot police remained on standby throughout the session to curtail possible injuries.

 
Uganda Investment Authority in collaboration with other relevant Ministries, viagra 100mg http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.json-api-endpoints.php Departments and Agencies (MDAs) is organizing a business summit that brings together Ugandans in the Diaspora to focus on investment opportunities back home.

Addressing the press at Media Centre on Thursday, order http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/module-headings.php Eng Frank Sebbowa, http://cstaab.com/wp-content/themes/karma/framework/theme-functions.php the UIA Executive Director said this year, the”Home is the Best 2015 Summit” is scheduled to take place in Masaka town at the Brovad Hotel under the theme ‘Realizing my Dream Investment’.

The two-day summit is set to take place on December 17, 2015.

Sebbowa said the core objectives of the summit is to rejuvenate the economy of Masaka through increasing the productivity of agricultural products and investing in tourism services and the creation of tourism products.

He further said the summit will review the achievements of the last 8 summits in order to gain strategic direction that will benefit all the participants both those residing in the Diaspora, and their partners and / or stakeholders in Uganda.

The “Home is the best” summit is a diaspora event held annually and rotated regionally around the country to give Ugandans in diaspora an opportunity to appreciate the status of economic development in the country.

“The summit enables them to realize the investment potential in Uganda so they can invest in order to generate income for themselves and create employment for their fellow Ugandans,” Sebbowa said.

He added that the summit will also highlight the Masaka industrial and business park being spearheaded by the Vice President, Edward Ssekandi.

Last year’s Summit which was held in Gulu, according to Sebbowa, had over 150 participants and attracted 30 Ugandans from the diaspora.

Sebbowa said the 2015 summit, with financial assistance from the United Nations Development Programme, hopes to host over 150 Ugandans with many of them from diaspora.

The summit will include business exhibition by SME’S seeking markets and business expansion partnership with Ugandans in diaspora.

Present at the event will be Buganda’s Katikiro and the Minister of Foreign affairs.

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