Category: Plastic Chairs in Uganda

Plastic Chairs in Uganda

Plastic Chairs in Uganda
Plastic Chairs in Uganda

Mikhail Shkreli, Executive Director
Plastic Chairs in Uganda
Plastic Chairs in Uganda

The Ugandan government’s plans to make the African Union’s flagship military base in Kampala the military bases at Togelanda and Kola had their first public hearing on Wednesday with speakers including Joseph Kabila, the late President Yoweri Museveni and the outgoing government’s top security official Ndunga.

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Both Kabila & Museveni have promised to work with Uganda and develop the country’s military industrial capacity; but in the early stages of development, they may have to go further.

“We, along with other international partners, should work with Uganda on a comprehensive plan on the development of the African Union military base and the building of an army base in the next few months and years,” the organizers alleged.

According to a statement of the event, Kampala – which has in recent years been used as a logistics base in the country – “becoming something closer to military construction projects, is a prime target where we might be able to attract more foreign investment, if needed.

The organizers argued that the country also needs to find “tens of thousands more permanent jobs that can be offered through opportunities like the [African Union] Africa Programme, which has been established to work collaboratively with partners such as Botswana and Niger to bring more stability to what we are seeing as a chaotic and underdeveloped nation.”

Kampala was originally planned for 2017 but was delayed after

Plastic Chairs in Uganda

Plastic Chairs in Uganda
Plastic Chairs in Uganda

Mikhail Shkreli, Executive Director
Plastic Chairs in Uganda
Plastic Chairs in Uganda

The Ugandan government’s plans to make the African Union’s flagship military base in Kampala the military bases at Togelanda and Kola had their first public hearing on Wednesday with speakers including Joseph Kabila, the late President Yoweri Museveni and the outgoing government’s top security official Ndunga.

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Both Kabila & Museveni have promised to work with Uganda and develop the country’s military industrial capacity; but in the early stages of development, they may have to go further.

“We, along with other international partners, should work with Uganda on a comprehensive plan on the development of the African Union military base and the building of an army base in the next few months and years,” the organizers alleged.

According to a statement of the event, Kampala – which has in recent years been used as a logistics base in the country – “becoming something closer to military construction projects, is a prime target where we might be able to attract more foreign investment, if needed.

The organizers argued that the country also needs to find “tens of thousands more permanent jobs that can be offered through opportunities like the [African Union] Africa Programme, which has been established to work collaboratively with partners such as Botswana and Niger to bring more stability to what we are seeing as a chaotic and underdeveloped nation.”

Kampala was originally planned for 2017 but was delayed after