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Minister of Energy Hon. Eng. Irene Muloni addresses Ugandans in the Diaspora at the UK Convention on opportunities in the Oil and Energy sector

Aug 19, 2011 Abstract from a presentation by Hon. Eng. Irene Muloni (MP), Minister of Energy and Mineral Development The LPG industry in Uganda is still at infancy stages and Government is pursuing measures to mitigate the chal...
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Maria Kiwanuka, an inspiration

Keynote speaker and guest of honour at the Uganda Convention in UK. For all the speculation surrounding who would make President Yoweri Museveni’s latest cabinet, Maria Kiwanuka, the proprietor of Radio One and Akaboozi K...
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Lord Sheikh (House of Lords), Chairman of the Conservative Ethnic Diversity Council.

He urged listeners to become part of the establishment wherever they go, and get a hold in the professional or business organizations in their respective fields, thus contributing to the advancement of the professional bodies a...
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Speech by Hon Irene Muloni, Minister of Energy and Minerals at 1st Convention

She started by saying how excited Uganda and the rest of the world was at the discovery of oil in the country , which is estimated at around 200 billion barrels, this figure representing only about 40% of the area explored. She...
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Bank of Africa advises Diasporas to take advatange of Mortgage Deals in Uganda

Mortgage simplifies lives When Bank of Africa came onto the Ugandan market a few years ago, it was a very brave move considering that the banking sector in Uganda was competitively hostile. It was not clear how they were going ...
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(2011) Speech – Hon Maria Kiwanuka, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning.

Session Keynote speaker – Investment Opportunities for Diasporas  Click photo to watch the video She said that the Convention was very timely as developments at home had created many opportunities for members of the Dias...
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(2011) Keynote speaker: Rt Hon Rebecca Kadaga, The Speaker of Parliament.

She started her speech with the issue of dual citizenship, which she said used to be a big problem to members of the Diaspora, and assured attendants that they could now apply for Ugandan citizenship again, and that it only ent...
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Investing in Africa

Many investors are overlooking growth opportunities in Africa where some fast-growing economies offer potentially lucrative investments in infrastructure, telecommunications and agriculture, a top World Bank official said on Th...
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Download 2011 Convention’s presentations

[listyofiles folder=wp-content/2011presentation] Archive for '2011 Convention Speeches'
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2011 Conventions photos

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2011 Fashion show photos

Ugandan acclaimed fashion designers showcased their exclusive designs at the 1st Ugandan Convention last year on 27th August 2011. They included Jose Hendo, Judith Banya, Vanessa Mukasa and Moryn Amooti.   [imagebrowser id...
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Letter From Uganda High Commissioner to the UK HE Joan Rwabyomere 2011

Before the NRM government coming to power in 1986, Ugandan’s economy was in ruins and had suffered greatly owing to devastating economic policies, mismanagement, political instability and civil war. The overall physical i...
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