The Assistant High Commission of India, Mombasa
organized live telecast from Parliament of Uganda in Chancery at
10.00 am on 25th July’18 when the Hon’ble Prime
Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi addressed the people of
Uganda and Africa in his key-note speech.
His speech conveyed flowering of
prospects of economic development of Africa with
friendship, cooperation and sustained partnership with
The speech attracted an enthusiastic
audience of Kenyan friends of India in the Chancery.
The Prime Minister spoke, “India and
Africa stand on the threshold of future of great
promise…; India is proud to be Africa’s partner… and
India rejoices at every African success because of deep
bonds of friendship”.
He informed that India is opening 18
new Embassies in Africa.
He assured that India’s efforts
towards development project would be driven by Africa’s
priority on terms that will be comfortable and that will
liberate the immense potential relying on Africa’s own
Hon. President of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni,
delivering a welcoming speech in Parliament and Hon. PM
of India Shri. Narendra Modi delivering a speech.
He highlighted investments made of
over US$. 54 Billion by Asian companies, Indian trade with
Africa of over US$. 62 Billion, growing exports from Africa to
India, and new partnerships of innovation in the digital
He referred to Pan Africa E-network
which links 48 African countries to India and to one another.
The Prime Minister emphasized that the
Indian markets will become open, easier and more attractive to
trade with Africa; and India will support industries to invest
He recommended harnessing of India’s
own experience with digital revolution for supporting Africa’s
skill development, building of local capacity, improvement in
delivery of public services, affordable health-care, and
The Prime Minister underlined that
India’s own quest for reforms in the global institutions is
incomplete without an equal place for Africa….and that this
century belongs to nations rising in freedom and equality.