By Andrew Irumba
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on Wednesday morning flew to Cape Town, South Africa, to attend a heads of state business summit.
Prior to takeoff from Entebbe International Airport this morning Museveni tweeted thus;
“I have left for Cape Town, South Africa, where I will join other leaders for the 28th World Economic Forum on Africa.
The Forum’s theme (Shaping Inclusive Growth and Shared Futures in the Fourth Industrial Revolution), is timely.”
Museveni flew out with the First Lady Mama Janet Kataha Museveni.
However, the summit comes at a time when there are violent acts of xenophobia being meted out unto foreigners in South Africa by the natives.
So far several people have been attacked, others sustained grave injuries and numerous businesses owned by foreign Africans in South Africa have been destroyed, without the police or government doing much to save the situation.