UGANDA, Kampala | Real Muloodi News | Godfrey Kirumira, a prominent businessman and real estate muloodi in Kampala, has recently been appointed as the Honorary Consul of Namibia to Uganda.
The appointment was formalised during a presentation of credentials ceremony on Thursday, May 6, where the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Henry Okello Oryem, received Kirumira’s credentials.
The minister congratulated Kirumira on his appointment and acknowledged that it would further bolster the relations between Uganda and Namibia.
“Kirumira is capable of doing that job of consolidating and strengthening the relationship between the two countries, promoting person-to-person contact, promoting trade and opportunities between our two countries and strengthening our political and diplomatic relations, ” said Oryem.
The appointment of Kirumira, who owns multiple businesses in Kampala, will undoubtedly open up new avenues for economic cooperation and collaboration between the two countries.
Speaking on his new role, Kirumira pledged to attract more Namibian tourists and investors to Uganda. This is expected to bring in much-needed foreign investment and create job opportunities for the country’s youth.
Given Kirumira’s extensive business network and experience in Uganda, he is well-positioned to attract investors to the country and boost Uganda’s economy.
Uganda and Namibia have enjoyed a long-standing relationship, with both countries having deep cultural and economic ties.
In 2019, Netumbo Nabdi-Ndaitwah, the Namibian Deputy Prime Minister, met with President Yoweri Museveni and other leaders in Uganda to discuss ways of strengthening the economic ties between the two countries.
About Godfrey Kirumira
Godfrey Kirumira is a well-known Ugandan businessman and entrepreneur. With over 20 years of experience in the business world, Kirumira has built a reputation as a savvy businessman who is always looking for new opportunities to grow his business.
In addition to his business ventures, Kirumira is also involved in philanthropic work in his local community. He has been recognised for his contributions to the community and has received numerous awards for his work in promoting entrepreneurship and empowering young people in Uganda.
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