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Ruparelia Group Opens Up On Progress Of Construction Of Multi Billion Speke Resort Convention Centre and Related Works

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Works on the stunning 4400-seater Speke Resort Convention Centre have ramped up and will be completed in time for the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement slated in January 2024 in Kampala, Uganda.

The group has provided up to date details on the construction grounds availing details as far as lake Victoria conservation is concerned amid claims of environmental degradation.

The Ruparelia Group in conjunction with Uganda Development Corporation (UDC) are constructing the state-of-the-art convention centre to not only host the NAM Summit and the G77 China but also boost the country’s Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions (MICE) potential.

The UDC is the investing arm of the government of Uganda whose established to invest in sustainable, strategic areas that transform the social and economic transformation, and prosperity of Uganda.
City business mogul Dr Sudhir Ruparelia, the Group’s Chairman acknowledged that everything is on course.

“Speke Hotels and Meera Investments, are working tirelessly to ensure that we complete this strategic national facility on time,” hinted Dr. Sudhir while addressing the media.

Dr Sudhir Ruparelia while giving the updates at the press conference

The 4400-seater convention centre will also boast multipurpose hall, 12 high-end conference/breakaway meeting rooms and a floating restaurant that can host scores of guests, with a stunning view of Lake Victoria.

The multi billion entity is already boasts two luxury lake side resorts namely Speke Resort Munyonyo and Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort all owned by the Ruparelia group that has helped earn the country’s economy billions in income ,it boasts several lavish suites , accommodation rooms, including presidential suites.

Dr Sudhir and His Son Rajiv Ruparelia Inspecting the construction site

In a bid to allay some false media reports that the group was dumping waste in the lake a tour of the facility to ascertain those reports was carried out vindicating the Ruparelia groups efforts instead.


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