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UPL: KCCA FC Too Good For SC Victoria 

KCCA players in action against Victoria FC at Lugogo on Tuesday (Photo: Kenneth Kazibwe)

The Executive Director, click http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/so-widgets-bundle/widgets/editor/editor.php Uganda Investment Authority, information pills Eng Dr Frank Ssebowa has appealed to all Ugandans in the Diaspora and all living in the country to attend special events in Gulu next month to explore the business opportunities in agro-processing, mining, tourism and real estate among others.

Speaking to journalists at the Media centre in Kampala on Tuesday, Ssebowa announced that the annual ‘Home is Best’ event targeting Ugandans in the Diaspora will be taking place in Gulu from 15th to 19th December 2014.

Ssebowa said the one week event which will comprise a products and services exhibition, cultural gala, seminars, business-to-business meetings, and an investment summit on December 19, will be officiated by President Museveni.

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“The summit is expected to attract 200 to 400 people and will showcase Northern Uganda as a viable and safe location to invest, as well as present success stories of Diaspora investment and untapped vast business opportunities,” Ssebowa noted.

“Business people from the EAC member countries and the immediate beyond are expected to attend, considering that the Northern region is strategically located to enable easy access to show goers and exhibitors from Kenya, Southern Sudan and the DR Congo,” he added.

It is hoped that the Home is Best Summit will change the stereotype notion that Northern Uganda is war-ravaged and unsafe.

“The Government of Uganda is committed to ensuring that the sustained peace in the region will continue to provide a conducive environment for trade and investment.”

Sebbowa appreciated the investment efforts from Ugandans in the Diaspora and the business community in Uganda which increasingly drives the development of the country’s economy.

He assured the general public that attending the summit might lead to creation of new networks which may result into significant investment, which at the of the day contributes to the development needs of the country.

“Remittances from the Diaspora continue to prove to be an invaluable source of investment funds despite the difficult economic times abroad. For the last four years Ugandans have been bringing in an average of more than US$ 700 million annually according to Bank of Uganda, which is a big improvement from US$ 165 in 1998.”
The Executive Director, this web http://datedgear.com/wp-content/plugins/fancy-product-designer/admin/class-admin-ui-layout-composer.php Uganda Investment Authority, drugs http://coeurdepirate.com/wp-includes/class-wp-tax-query.php Eng Dr Frank Ssebowa has appealed to all Ugandans in the Diaspora and all living in the country to attend special events in Gulu next month to explore the business opportunities in agro-processing, http://cphpost.dk/wp-includes/class-wp-user-meta-session-tokens.php mining, tourism and real estate among others.

Speaking to journalists at the Media centre in Kampala on Tuesday, Ssebowa announced that the annual ‘Home is Best’ event targeting Ugandans in the Diaspora will be taking place in Gulu from 15th to 19th December 2014.

Ssebowa said the one week event which will comprise a products and services exhibition, cultural gala, seminars, business-to-business meetings, and an investment summit on December 19, will be officiated by President Museveni.

“The summit is expected to attract 200 to 400 people and will showcase Northern Uganda as a viable and safe location to invest, as well as present success stories of Diaspora investment and untapped vast business opportunities,” Ssebowa noted.

“Business people from the EAC member countries and the immediate beyond are expected to attend, considering that the Northern region is strategically located to enable easy access to show goers and exhibitors from Kenya, Southern Sudan and the DR Congo,” he added.

It is hoped that the Home is Best Summit will change the stereotype notion that Northern Uganda is war-ravaged and unsafe.

“The Government of Uganda is committed to ensuring that the sustained peace in the region will continue to provide a conducive environment for trade and investment.”

Sebbowa appreciated the investment efforts from Ugandans in the Diaspora and the business community in Uganda which increasingly drives the development of the country’s economy.

He assured the general public that attending the summit might lead to creation of new networks which may result into significant investment, which at the of the day contributes to the development needs of the country.

“Remittances from the Diaspora continue to prove to be an invaluable source of investment funds despite the difficult economic times abroad. For the last four years Ugandans have been bringing in an average of more than US$ 700 million annually according to Bank of Uganda, which is a big improvement from US$ 165 in 1998.”
Three first half goals were enough to ensure defending champions KCCA FC fly past SC Victoria University in the Uganda Premier League on Tuesday evening at Lugogo stadium.

The hosts who dominated the game saw the back of the net through a Tom Masiko goal before marksman Derrick Nsibambi scored 2 beautiful headers in the 44th and 45th minute to take the game at Lugogo stadium beyond reach for Morley Byekwaso’s boys.

KCCA FC continued its dominance through William Wadri, clinic http://chesapeakecatsanddogs.org/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/attach_to_post/module.attach_to_post.php Brian Majwega and  Derrick Nsibambi only for  their golden chances to be saved by the visitors’ custodian  Emmanuel Kalyowa who was always on the receiving end throughout the game.

In other games in the Uganda Premier League, malady http://crememinceur.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-autoupdate.php Express FC were 2 nil winners over Entebbe FC at Wankulukuku thanks to goals from their skipper Willy Kavuma and  Emma Kalyowa .

ChimpSport’s Kenneth Kazibwe says at Kakindu stadium a penalty by Farouq Osama on the 30 minute mark proved the difference as the hosts BUL FC tipped Lweza one nil.

In Lugazi, a Mike Mutyaba goal ensured Vipers consolidated their stay at the helm of the Uganda Premier League whereas in Mityana Rwenshama KJT lost to SC Villa 2 nil.

Vipers FC boasts a staggering 19 points collected from 7 games whereas Mityana based SC Villa are now second on the log with 16 points.

Rwenshama KJT and Soana FC lie second last and last on the  Uganda Premier League table with 5 and 2 points respectively

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Uganda Premier League Results:

KCCA 3- 0SC Victoria University

BUL FC 1-0 Lweza FC

KiraYoung 1-0BrightStars FC

Vipers1-0Sadolin FC

Police FC 0-1Simba SC

Express FC 2-0 Entebbe FC

URA FC 1-1 Soana FC

Rwenshama  KJT 0-2 SC Villa

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