The Uganda Diary Development Authority Director Nathan Twinamasiko has indicated that Uganda Diary products will dominate the East African Market following the coming into effect of the East African Common Market because of their high quality.
The East African Common Market protocol which comes into effect today (1st July 2010) will allow unrestricted flow of labour, goods, services and capital in the five East African Countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi.
He appealed to Uganda Livestock farmers to take advantage of the Common Market by improving the quality of their products and producing more for them to realize the benefits of the Common Market protocol.
Twinamasiko says the protocol presents an opportunity for a bigger market for Uganda diary markets because of more access to East Africa’s urban centers where milk is more consumed than in the rural areas.
Solomon Akugizibwe, Ultimate Media