Museveni assures Oil and Gas Investors of adequate infrastructure

By Ambrose Gahene President Yoweri Museveni has said Uganda has enough power (electricity), transport routes and opportunities to enable foreign investors thrive in Uganda. The President made the remarks last Thursday, during a meeting with a delegation of oil and gas investors from the United Kingdom who called on him  at State House, Entebbe. The 16-man delegation, led by Lord Popat of Harrow, who is the United Kingdom Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Uganda and Rwanda and the British High Commissioner to Uganda, Peter West, included consultants in the oil…

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MTN Donates Beds to Kampala Health Centers

By ABCafrica reporter MTN Uganda last Monday donated 100 beds, 100 mattresses, 100 bed sheets, 100 blankets and 100 mosquito nets to various Kampala health facilities The items were handed over to Jennifer Musisi, the Executive Director Kampala Capital City Authority by Anthony Katamba, the General Manager, corporate service MTN Uganda at Kawaala Health Center. Katamba said this was part of the broader MTN Foundation’s support to the health sector through its campaign dubbed Access to Healthcare Initiative. “Access to beds is essential in ensuring quality healthcare for Ugandans. Low…

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How to reap from India –East Africa Trade Partnership

By Drake Nyamugabwa India is increasing her presence in East Africa and Uganda in Particular as a partner in development for bilateral trade with India which currently has been proved to be unbalanced in terms of for export to India which is less than the imports causing the imbalance. Uganda is a major trading partner with India, and ss Uganda trade with India continue to recognize each other as markets, there is need to deepen trade and investment partnerships in major sectors and other cooperation ranging from infrastructure to energy…

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