Naava Nabagesera
  • Special Presidential Assistant in political affairs to
    H.E the President of Uganda.
  • Senior Advocate
  • International Tourism Ambassador and Facilitator for the Pearl of Africa and Coordinator of the Presidential Initiative on sustainable tourism.


From his country home in Rwakitura, the Head of State delivered the annual new year message to the nation in a live broadcast aired across all media houses

He started off by paying tribute to all those that lost their lives in the year 2018, and prayed that God comforted their families and friends.

He then pointed out nine issues to address in his speech that included the Economy,Youth development and employment, Crime, Political discipline, Regional Integration, Corruption, Political leaders acting as examples in wealth creation,Irrigation and Land evictions

The Read More

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday launched the Kampala Flyover project. In a ground breaking ceremony held at Nakivubo Blue Primary School, the President said the project was part of a series of modifications the city infrastructure is to undergo in a bid to mitigate traffic congestion and ease movements in the city.

The Clock Tower flyover Project is a precursor to similar developments, part of the city’s new Multi-Modal Transport Master Plan for Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area, seeks to phase out boda bodas and taxis, replacing them with the Bus Transit System and Rail Transit Read More

President Yoweri Museveni will on the 10th of December, 2018 launch a new anti-corruption effort to address the widespread corruption which over the years has tarnished the country’s image internationally. Speaking at an event to mark the 25th anniversary of Transparency International, held at Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala where he was presented with an award for his efforts to fight corruption, the President told anti-corruption activists that the National Resistance Movement government had from its inception in 1986 taken a strong stand against six major problems which Read More

President Yoweri Museveni has emphasized Uganda’s commitment to a sustainable blue economy despite challenges such as soil erosion as a result of the large numbers of the population being engaged in rudimentary farming methods, pollution by industrial affluence and population pressures on natural resources leading to issues such as overfishing. The president was speaking at the first global Sustainable Blue Economy Conference (SBEC) held in Nairobi at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) that was attended by more than 16,320 participants from 184 countries including 7 Heads Read More

Uganda’s economy is a beehive of activity most of which is comprised of small and medium sized enterprises. Most of these have goals of tapping into the vast export market but have no clue where to start from and the procedures involved which has compromised expansion of their business. This could soon be history following the development of the Trade Information Portal by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Co-operatives.                                                                                                                                

The portal, an electronic platform Read More