President Museveni’s Chosen Representative Energy Minister Ruth Nakabirwa Confirms her Attendance of the 1st NRMO Canada Symposium with a High Powered Delegation
The amiable energy minister Hon. Ruth Nankabirwa, has confirmed that she will be representing President Yoweri Museveni at the forth coming National Resistance Movement Organization symposium in Canada.
Nakabirwa, who was meeting a delegation of the NRM Canada chapter, who included the symposium supreme Fred Kinene, the Presidential adviser on Diaspora affairs Abbey Walusimbi, Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi , assured the delegation of her readiness to attend in person.
‘’ I am so grateful for the president who has directed me to represent him I will be ready to show case what has achieve there are many people in Canada who would like to see the true picture of Uganda which has been miss represented by the opposition,” said Nakiwala.
The minister went on to state that ‘ This is an opportunity for Ugandan’s both in Canada and the America’s who would like to acquire property to directly engage with property consultants and overseers who will be exhibiting at the symposium to avert being cheated by relatives and unscrupulous individuals’.
The symposium that is set for July 8 to 10, 202 at Niagara falls hotel will see the party members share knowledge on how they can tap into the investment opportunities back home but also to promote Uganda while in Canada
Mr. Kinene said that “It’s the first of its kind in Canada NRM members and leaders in the diaspora, friends and well-wishers. We have invited several officials from Uganda Revenue Authority, Uganda Investment Authority (UIA), Post bank, Uganda Airlines and Ministry of Lands to sensitize people and answer several questions from their areas of expertise”.
Participants will also be able to partake of the vast opportunities in Canada through process of obtaining a visiting and residency permit that include education, Agriculture and medicine, among others.
There will also be a selected group of entertainers from Uganda and across the globe to entertain the guests.
Other events will include; touring the Niagara botanical gardens, Zip line to the falls, wild plays and whirlpool, Shaw festival, helicopter flights on the lake journey behind the falls and climax with a boat cruise.
Those intending to grace the event will be required to pay $300 each to cater for hotel bookings, entertainment and meals.