Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni has been awarded with the African Leadership Peace Award by the African Leadership Magazine (ALM).
The President received the award on Tuesday at the Royal Geographical Society in London.
Museveni has been in London attending the UK – Africa Investment Summit which opened on Monday.
“I thank the African Leadership Magazine that gave me the African Leadership Peace Award yesterday at the Royal Geographical Society in London. Africa will continue to rise and shine, once we diagnose its problems correctly and offer appropriate prescription,” Museveni said.
Museveni delivered a keynote address at The ALM Africa Dialogue 2020 – London UK, at the Royal Geographical Society.
The Dialogue, brought together policymakers and leading CEOs from across Africa, with their counterparts in the United Kingdom for deliberations on ways to harness Africa’s economic attractiveness and develop stronger UK-Africa trade and Investment ties.
The event was themed: ‘Harnessing Africa’s Global Economic Appeal” and was also attended by government ministers, Members of the British Parliament, serving and retired Minister of Government from the United Kingdom, business and diplomatic leaders from Africa, and the UK.
Museveni’s keynote centred on harnessing Africa’s economic potential, a case study of Uganda.
His Excellency, @KagutaMuseveni Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda delivering the keynote address on the theme: "Harnessing Africa's Global Economic Appeal: The Ugandan Example" at the ALM Africa Dialogue 2020. #UKAfricaInvestmentSummit #ALMAD20 #Uganda pic.twitter.com/H8bOZIU4HA
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