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Museveni receives award for promoting trade
Publish Date: May 04, 2014
Museveni receives award for promoting trade
President Yoweri Museveni and Uhuru Kenyatta at the 5th Northern Corridor Integration Project Summit
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By Vision Reporter

President Yoweri Museveni has received an award for promoting trade in East Africa from The Shippers’ Council of East Africa.


The Chairman, Kenya Manufacturers’ Association, Polucar Igathe, on behalf of the East African Business Community, presented the award to President Museveni at Safari Park Hotel in Nairoi-Kenya.

The ceremony took place Saturday during the 5th Northern Corridor Integration Project Summit held by the Heads of State of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.

President Paul Kagame said the people of Rwanda were looking forward to the Integration of the East African Community for Economic Development.

Kenya’s president, Uhuru Kenyatta, thanked his Rwanda and Uganda counterparts for their efforts geared towards further Integration of East Africa.

The Vice-President of Kenya, William Ruto was in attendance.

 

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