Kivumbi Speaks in UN-ICAO-AFI-Security & Aviation Safety Summit.

HICGI News Agency

United Nation’s International Civil Aviation Organisation –ICAO on Friday 17th May 2019 concluded its 6th Africa and Indian Ocean (AFI) Aviation Week at Speke Resort Munyonyo-Kampala Uganda which began on 13th May. Uganda was selected by Montreal, Canada based UN Aviation Headquarters to host this remarkable Summit due to multiple factors HICGI News Agency has learnt among which include the Peace and Good Governance the country is enjoying.

ICAO Secretary General, Dr. Fang Liu

Hon. Monica Azuba Ntege

Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin-HTP President

The opening ceremony
was graced on behalf of the Prime Minister by Uganda’s Ministry of Works and
Transport Minister, Hon. Monica Azuba Ntege, ICAO Secretary General, Dr. Fang
Liu a Chinese National and first woman to be elected to the important body,
Directors General of Civil Aviation Authorities, aviation safety and security
representatives, experts of AFI Region Member States, and other representatives
and experts from international and…

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Its 30 & 25 Years Now for I & Princess Kivumbi – Jehovah is Faithful!

Tonight we shall be cutting our Birth Day Cake with Delegates of United Nations under International Civil Aviation Organisation-ICAO who are converging at Speke Resort Munyonyo for 6th AFI Aviation Week Events which have started today 14th- 17 May 2019 for which am a delegate alongside Heal The Planet Global Organisation-HTP Officials.

The journey of 30 years is an amazing story and there some touching events in my life especially as I try to Reclaim the African Dream.

One I must share tonight is when Former Police Chief Andrew Solowen decided to throw me alongside 2 other PDP officials in CPS Dungeon for three days accusing me of leading and organising a Demonstration at Parliament in 2010.. When
defunct WBS TV showed my mom Esther Nasuna attending my trial at Buganda Road Court worried of my fate.

Take a look at my video of Nomination for MP Kampala Central 2011 when I was 21 years old.