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Uganda has ingredients for development - Museveni
Publish Date: May 07, 2014
Uganda has ingredients for development - Museveni
President Yoweri Museveni addresses the UK-Uganda Business Forum at Lancaster House as Ugandas Foreign Affairs minister Sam Kutesa and British Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds look on
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By Vision Reporter

President Yoweri Museveni has told a business forum in London that Uganda has attained all the requirements to become a top business destination. 

Speaking at the Lancaster House in London to the UK-Uganda business forum President Museveni said the government had invested in its workforce, infrastructure, security and had discovered more minerals. 

Adding that all Uganda needed was the expertise from the west to add value to what Uganda already had. 

He also noted that investment in Uganda benefits close to 120 million people in the region and will be a springboard to deliver Uganda to middle income status.

Here is the full speech 

 

Uganda President Museven's Speech at Business and Investment Forum London May 2014 by jadwongscribd

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