GUEST OF HONOURH. E. Edward Ssekandi is a Ugandan politician and lawyer who has been Vice President of Uganda since 24 May 2011. Prior to that, he served as the Speaker of Parliament from 2001 to 2011. He has served as Member of Parliament for Bukoto County Central constituency since 1996.
He also serves as the elected Member of Parliament, representing "Kalungu County East", in Kalungu District.
Exports from this family run business now account for 80% of the sales, earning it the Queens Award for International Trade. Andrew has just lead the company through a multi-million-pound factory upgrade investment.
Clarke is chairman and chief executive officer of the International Medical Group. In January 2014, unofficial estimates put the value of Clarke's businesses at US$15 million.
Vice President ,
Republic of Uganda
Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi is a Ugandan politician and lawyer who has been Vice President of Uganda since 24 May 2011. Prior to that, he served as the Speaker of Parliament from 2001 to 2011
Chairman of the Board ,
Zuri Model Farm Ltd.
Prof. Dr. Maggie Kigozi is a Fellow of the Africa Leadership Initiative of the Aspen Institute. She has diversified into business where she and her partners manufacture the Pepsi line of Beverages.
Parliament Speaker ,
Parliament of Uganda
Rt. Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga is a Ugandan lawyer and politician who has been Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda since 19 May 2011. She is the first woman to be elected Speaker in the history of the Parliament of Uganda.
Dr. Simon Kagugube has served as Director of Nation Media Group since September 22, 2011. He holds a Doctorate of the Science of Law (JSD) and a Masters of Laws from Yale University (USA) He is the Executive Director of Centenary Rural Development Bank Limited and is the Chairman of the Board of Monitor Publications Limited in Uganda.
Clifton Packaging Group Ltd
Shahid is an Entrepreneur and born in Uganda. Shahid along with his three brothers set up their own packaging company in 1981 called Clifton Packaging Ltd. Today Clifton Packaging Ltd proudly stands amongst the best in the world of flexible packaging for the food industry.
Executive Chairman ,
Kin Kariisa is the proprietor of NBS TV, Salam TV, Sanyuka TV and Screen Media. Kin Kariisa is the CEO of NBS TV.
He is also a director of Ecobank the Pan African Bank.
International Medical Group
Ian Clarke, MBChB BAO, DTM&H, MSc, is a physician, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and politician in Uganda. In 1996 he set up International Medical Group (IMG), the largest private healthcare organization in Uganda,
Alvan Blanch Development Company Ltd
Alvan Blanch is an engineering company specialising in the design, production and supply of quality machines and integrated systems for the primary and secondary processing of agricultural produce and waste materials.
The Clinic at The Mall The Clinic at The Mall
Dr. Nandawula Kanyerezi Mutema, is the Executive Director and Physician at The Clinic at The Mall she founded. Joined the Health Department City of Cincinnati, and later Managing Physician at the Braxton Cann Health Center…
Housing Finance Bank Uganda
Michael has a wealth of banking experience. A lawyer by profession. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries and Administrators and a member of several professional bodies.
Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja, is the Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries in the Ugandan Cabinet. He previously served as State Minister for Agriculture.
of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
Hon. Victoria Sekitoleko is a former Minister of Agriculture. She was a representative for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in China, served as the FAO’s representative to the African Union (AU).
Member of Parliament,
Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu also known as Bobi Wine, is a Ugandan politician, businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist and musician, better known by the stage name Bobi Wine. Currently an MP for Kyadondo East.
Member of Parliament,
MP Dokolo District Women's Constituency
Cecilia Barbara Atim Ogwal, is a Ugandan politician, businesswoman and management consultant. She is the Member of Parliament for the Dokolo District Women’s Constituency. She has been a member of Uanda’s legislature, continuously since 1996.
By rail: Oh so simple. Troxy is 200 metres from Limehouse Station, which is on the DLR and the C2C line from Fenchurch Street Station to Essex. When arriving at Limehouse leave via the Bekesbourne Street exit. You can pick up the DLR line from Bank (Central/Circle/Northern and Waterloo & City lines), Tower Hill (Circle/District Line) and Canary Wharf (Jubilee Line) Limehouse is only two stops (6 minutes) from these three stations.
By bus: The following buses either go past Troxy or serve the local area.
No 15 (Trafalgar Square to Blackwall Station) No 115 (Aldgate to East Ham) No 135 (Old Street to Crossharbour) D3 (Bethnal Green to Cross Harbour) N15 (Trafalgar Square to Romford) N550 (Trafalgar Square to Canning Town) N551 (Trafalgar Square to Gallions Reach).
For up-to-date news about London’s trains and buses visit the Transport for London website or text TFL to 60835
Local streets have residents’ parking zones and we like our neighbours so would ask anyone looking for a parking space to respect them. There is a 24-hour car park next to Cineworld at West India Quay, run by Indigo Park Services. From there, you can get a taxi to us or catch the DLR at West India Quay (two stops).
The nearest hotel, the Holiday Inn Express at Limehouse, is just 300 metres away and has secure parking. We recommend booking in advance at justpark.com. You can take a chance and turn up on the day but you’re not guaranteed a space that way.
We cannot tell a lie, Commercial Road is not a parking paradise. We have red lines, not yellow, so you’ll be clamped, ticketed or towed – all of which will ruin your night out. It is possible to drop off and pick up in Caroline Street down the side of the building.
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