Uganda’s President Museveni has invited British Investers to invest and do Business in the Pearl of Africa. Uganda’s said this when he met with the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, President Museveni told the British Premier that Uganda was ready to receive British investors.
Museveni held talks with Johnson on the sidelines of the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London where he welcomed potential investors to Uganda
“I thank the Prime Minister for the invitation. Like I told him in our bilateral meeting, Uganda is ready to receive British investors, given the immense business opportunities in the Pearl of Africa,” Museveni said in via a tweet.
“We have greatly upgraded our infrastructure to support investment. We have sufficient electricity, a skilled workforce, fair tariffs, good roads, etc.” “I am glad that in his speech, the Prime Minister indicated that our products, including Uganda’s beef, would find its way onto the dining tables of post-Brexit Britain. Our position has always been balanced trade that benefits all parties,” he added.
Uganda’s President also noted that opportunities for investment exist in in agriculture, services, tourism, and dairy sector, ICT, among others that makes the country a perfect investment hub in the region.
16 African who leaders attended the Summit including President Sisi of Egypt, President Kenyatta of Kenya, President Buhari of Nigeria, President Akufo-Addo of Ghana and President Kagame of Rwanda, and African business leaders including CEO of Standard Bank Gert Vogel and CEO of Investec Hendrik Du Toit.