Museveni Rallies Ugandans Abroad for Homeland Investment

Museveni Rallies Ugandans Abroad for Homeland Investment
Yoweri Kaguta Museveni | Photo/PPU

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, in a determined effort to empower and strengthen the ties between Ugandans residing abroad and their homeland, has passionately encouraged the Ugandan Diaspora to seize the abundant opportunities at their disposal and actively engage in investments within their home country.

This clarion call resonated with fervor as Mr. Museveni concluded the momentous second annual installment of the 2023 Canada National Resistance Movement Chapter Symposium. This pivotal event unfolded virtually, with the backdrop of the esteemed State Lodge-Nakasero providing a virtual stage for the discourse.

Spanning two dynamic days in the bustling city of Toronto, Canada, the symposium unfurled under the guiding theme, “Dialogue, Unity, and a Prosperous Diaspora.” Within this thematic framework, the nation’s leader, in an impassioned address, implored the participants to forge connections that transcend borders. Specifically, he urged them to either collaborate with foreign associates to invest in Uganda or consider channeling their own resources back into their native land.

In an address that exuded both vision and determination, President Museveni conveyed to the Ugandan community residing in Canada that the government is unwaveringly committed to nurturing and realizing a knowledge-based economy. He artfully delineated how, through sustained investments, the nation could elevate itself to unparalleled heights of achievement.

Furthermore, seizing this juncture, the President put forth a compelling entreaty to the Ugandan Diaspora. He fervently advocated for the infusion of value addition into Ugandan products, emphasizing that the involvement of their foreign acquaintances could be a transformative catalyst for the nation’s economic growth.

The symposium stood as a magnet for Ugandans living in Canada, attracting a myriad of individuals keen to reconnect with their roots. Amidst the vibrant tapestry of participants, the event was graced by the presence of notable dignitaries including Ministers Babirye Milly Babalanda, the Minister for Presidency; Judith Nabakooba, the Minister of Lands, Housing, and Urban Development; as well as Ruth Acheng, Uganda’s esteemed Ambassador to Canada.

In the grand tapestry of the event, President Museveni’s call to action echoed with the resonance of hope and opportunity. It served as a testament to his unwavering commitment to propel Uganda into a future where the bonds between its scattered sons and daughters remain unbreakable, underpinned by collaboration, prosperity, and unity.

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