By Daudi Zirimala
The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has joined hands with the Indian Community in Uganda to welcome the prime minister India Narendra Modi due to historical relationship India which has benefited the city.
According to the Central Division Mayor Charles Musoke Sserunjogi, the Indian community has been helpful in the promotion trade in the city therefore they will use the visit of Indian prime minister to attract a number development projects in the city.
He says as KCCA Leaders they are looking forward to promoting cultural relationship, industrialization, bilateral relations between KCCA and Indian cities because Indians have been crucial in developing the city.
The Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi will be in Uganda for a two day state visit from 24th-25th July to hold bilateral talks with Uganda president Yoweri M7, business community and the Indian community in Uganda.