Kadaga back in office, unveils commonwealth website

Speaker Kadaga

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga returned to her office Friday to launch the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference.

Kadaga just returned from Aga Khan hospital in Kenya which she was battling stress-related diseases.

Today, she launched the website of the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference; an interactive site with rich information about the Conference and the different Tourism aspects.

She says the conference is an opportunity to market Uganda to other Commonwealth Countries.

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She adds that there will be revenue generated from over 500 delegates who will spend at least a week in Uganda.

Kadaga address press

On the implication of the recent kidnap of an American Tourist, Kadaga says “it is unfortunate that a tourist was kidnapped, our role is it to consistently assure our delegates of their security while in Uganda”.

On the issue of visas, as a Commonwealth country, delegates can get Visas on arrival, she noted.

“We met President Museveni and expressed the need to write to fellow Commonwealth Countries, to allow delegates travel and get their Visas in Uganda.”



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