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Martyrs Day Walk set for Sunday

The Kiyinda-Mityana diocese together with the Uganda Episcopal Conference and the Uganda Tourism Board have organised a faith-based walk on Sunday May 22. The walk and Martyrs Day activities will be marketed globally. Martyrs Day, to celebrate the martyrdom of Uganda’s martyrs, attracts national, regional and international visitors annually. Organisers …

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Uganda to spend $1.5million to boost tourism

President Yoweri Museveni has endorsed three PR and Marketing firms to represent Uganda in the growing global tourism and travel market. The firms PHG Consulting, Kamageo and KPRN will represent, promote and seek tourism investment on behalf of Uganda in North America, UK and Ireland, and German speaking markets at …

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5th AFRAA Aviation Stakeholders Convention kicks off in Kigali

The long awaited 5th African Airlines Association Stakeholders Convention was launched Saturday night at the Kigali Serena Hotel  and Conference Centre with an informal get together cocktail party, allowing old friends from across the continent’s aviation and related businesses to meet and share updates from their lives and from their …

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Museveni woos tourism investors, says agro-processing key

Uganda’s tourism and agro-processing potential, in addition to tough measures against poaching, make the country a goldmine for investors, President Yoweri Museveni has said. At the sidelines of The Giants Club Summit, Museveni assured potential investors that all the country’s national parks and game reserves are safe while the government …

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Kenyatta Destroys Stockpile of Ivory and Rhino Horn

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday set fire to the world’s biggest stockpile of ivory and rhino horn as a sign that Kenya does not tolerate wildlife poaching. Kenyatta was accompanied by the President of Gabon Ali Bongo Ondimba, Deputy President William Ruto, and other dignitaries to set ablaze 105 …

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