Minister of Agriculture Frank Tumwebaze has come out to defend Uganda over the highly critized exhibition displayed at the 2020 Dubai Expo.
According to the agriculture minister, although many Ugandans have come out to criticize the exhibition at the expo held in the United Arab Emirates, the country has since won herself a number of new investors.
Right after the exhibition, social media was bubbling with how embarrassing the country’s display was however, Minister Tumwebaze said the expo is largely a Business-to-Business showcase and Uganda’s display has already earned her contracts
“The expo is largely a B2B fora. Many Ugandan business people are busy with B2B meetings and as government we have engaged prospective investors and exposed them to our enabling policy and regulatory framework,” Minister Frank tweeted.
Furthermore, the Minister spoke about how he on Sunday alongside with the head of State, President Museveni concluded the night’s biggest agro – processor to construct a modern tea factory in south western Uganda.
Therefore, he concluded that while the country is making progress, some Ugandans have only decided to ‘mourn’ on social media rather than rejoicing in the success the country has been able to attain.
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“We concluded last night in presence of H.E @KagutaMuseveni with a biggest agro- processor ( Elite agro ) to construct a modern tea factory in South West UG. While we are busy winning for our country some pseudo social media intellectuals are busy mourning, sad!” he added.
During the Dubai Expo 2020, Uganda was only one of the 190 countries participating in showcasing tourism and investment opportunities. This expo shall run for the next six months until March 2022.