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Uganda investment unit hosts UK, Dawoodi Bohras business delegation

Colonel Nakalema assured the investors of SHIPU’s commitment to protecting their investments and thanked ambassador Jaffer Kapasi for promoting Uganda as an investment destination.

Colonel Nakalema, Director of SHIPU, welcomed the delegation led by Jaffer Kapasi, Consul General of Uganda in the Midlands. (Photo credit: X/@_ClaudineU)

By: EasternEye

THE Statehouse Investors Protection Unit (SHIPU) hosted a delegation from the United Kingdom and the Dawoodi Bohras Business Group to discuss investment opportunities in Uganda on June 11.

SHIPU in Uganda was established by the country’s president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, to create a favourable investment environment by protecting investors from corruption and bureaucratic inefficiencies.

Colonel Nakalema, Director of SHIPU, welcomed the delegation led by Jaffer Kapasi, Consul General of Uganda in the Midlands.

The delegation included Zoheir Damanwala from Burhani Construction, Abdeali Jamaly from SMB Trade Centre and Syston Hardware, Murtazabhai Faizi and M Alhussain from Oxford University, Mufaddal Loyeolwala from real estate, and a representative from the Dawoodi Bohras Business Group.

Colonel Nakalema assured the investors of SHIPU’s commitment to protecting their investments and thanked ambassador Jaffer Kapasi for promoting Uganda as an investment destination. She invited the investors to explore Uganda.

The delegates expressed their commitment to investing in sectors such as hospitality and real estate.

The SHIPU portal offers benefits like streamlined communication, legal assistance, fraud prevention, and conflict resolution to support investors.

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