Hon. Nabakooba Judith Nalule

Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development

She holds Master’s degree in Human Rights, Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication, from Makerere University, Diploma in Strategic Leadership Management from Charted Management Institute in United Kingdom and a Postgraduate Diploma in Management and in Monitoring and Evaluation at Uganda Management Institute respectively.


Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development from July 2021 up-to-date

As the cabinet minister of lands, she is responsible for "policy direction, national standards and coordination of all matters concerning lands, housing and urban development.


Minister of ICT from January 2019 to April 2021

She was responsible for formulation and implementation of information and communications Technology to sustain manage and oversee information

and communications.


In 2015 left Uganda Police for active politics.


Woman Member of Parliament Mityana District from 2016 to 2021, During her time as an MP she chaired the Uganda Parliamentary Committee on defense and Internal Affairs; she was a member of the Parliamentary Business Committee and Parliament Committee commissions, state authorities and state enterprises.


Before joining politics Hon Judith worked in Uganda Police as Deputy Spokes Person from 2004 to 2010 and was promoted to the rank of Commissioner and in that capacity served as the Spokes Person for Uganda police from 2011 to 2015 before she resigned.

15.00 - 16.15


Investing in Sustainable solutions in Finance and Technology, Infrastructure and Urban Development, Construction (Real Estate) and Manufacturing.

Investing in Sustainable solutions in Finance and Technology, Infrastructure and Urban Development, Construction (Real Estate) and Manufacturing.

  • Which are the investment opportunities in Uganda's financial services sector and how can investors achieve highest return on their investment?
  • The growth of information technology innovations and what are the opportunities?
  • How to access funding for digital solutions and FinTech start-ups?
  • As Cryptocurrency/blockchain technology matures, where does the government of Uganda stand on laws and regulations in this area? (Dr. Hatwib Mugasa, ED - National Informational Technology Authority Uganda)
  • Challenges of the banking sector after the covid-19 crisis – how have banks met new challenges, identified opportunities, solutions and addressed them. Where are opportunities for investment?

Opportunities in Kampala City Council.

  • What are the opportunities, challenges and regulatory barriers in financing of sustainable infrastructure projects in Kampala? (Mrs. Dorothy Kiyimba Kisaka, Executive Director Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA))

Narrowing Uganda’s Digital Divide in a Post-COVID World

  • What are the most important areas of focus to support Uganda and East Africa’s broader post-pandemic economic recovery, including policies and regulations, while building on innovations in health, energy, education, tourism and consumer goods, among other sectors. What kinds of partnerships between the public and private sector can narrow Uganda's digital divide and increase productivity?

Financing Ugandan infrastructure development: What is ‘good debt’?

  • Assessing various financing options for infrastructure development with the need for debt sustainability.
  • What are the benefits and disadvantage of bonds, Export Credit Agency (ECA) financing and commercial loans?
  • How do UK Export Finance and other export credit agencies deals compare to other sources of financing?
  • What are alternative solutions and options to finance projects in affordable way? (Isaac Kahara, Head of Export Finance – East Africa, UK Export Finance, British High Commission, Nairobi, Kenya)

One on One meetings with government officials


  • Martin Muhangi, Director, Investment Promotion and Business Development, UIA