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PRESIDENT MUSEVENI CAUTIONS POLITICIANS, CIVIL SERVANTS FRUSTRATING INVESTORS

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has reiterated his call to stop the exportation of raw materials, saying that Uganda loses a lot of money annually due to such economic undertaking.

 

He instead advised Ugandans and foreign investors to instead work towards adding value to the country's products in order to help the country achieve the much-desired socio-economic transformation agenda.

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI BACK TO UGANDA AFTER WORKING VISIT TO RUSSIA AND SERBIA

 

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has this evening returned to Uganda from Serbia. 

While in Serbia, President Museveni was seen off by the country's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, H.E Ivica Dacic at Nikola Tesla Airport- Belgrade. Present during departure were Uganda’s Ambassador to Serbia, H.E Elizabeth Paula Napeyok and the Minister of State for Animal Industry, Hon. Bright Rwamirama. 

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI WOOS JAPANESE COMPANIES TO SUPPORT UGANDA ON VALUE ADDITION

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has this afternoon received the Foreign Affairs Minister of Japan, Mr. Hayashi Yoshimasa with his delegation at State house, Entebbe. 

The discussion centered on how Japan can support Uganda specifically on value addition, by encouraging Japanese investors to set up in Uganda, as opposed to importing raw materials which keeps Africa and Uganda stunted despite having natural deposits capable of catapulting the economies.

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