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EXPOSED: Foreign Companies Reaping Big From Ugandan Cannabis With Over 50kgs Of Exports As Gov’t Ignores Local Investors

Local investors in the country have continued to express their disappointments over the selective licencing of cannabis business that has been only allowed to be operated by foreign companies. In an investigative study and survey carried out by this website, it is reported and confirmed an Israeli company Together Pharma has already exported over 50 kilograms of…

Ugandans Tired Over Govt Silence As Rwanda Legalises Cultivation, Sale, and Use of Medical Cannabis

As Uganda’s position on licensing individuals and companies for production of Cannabis is, however, still unclear, the government of Rwanda has approved cultivation, processing and exportation of  marijuana for medicinal purposes. Rwanda becomes the latest African country to legalise, and pass laws on the growing of marijuana for medical purposes, as it seeks to establish…

Uganda Tired Of Waiting As Rwanda Embraces Medical Marijuana Growing

Ugandan investors intending to participate in the commercial growing of medical marijuana or cannabis are not happy that the government has remained silent regarding opening up the business for agricultural licensing. Their displeasure was reawakened when President Paul Kagame’s government allowed investors to start setting up cannabis plantations in Rwanda, with intent to use the…