Ugly color, Excellent initiative though.
i didn't disagree with you read the comment . i said this thread doesn't mean they are literally cleaning Kampala even though they are . Kampala has the fatest population growth and the most corrupt official in the eac so what did you expect .besides that's about to change with all the work taking place .whens the last time you were in Kampala ?Compared to all capitals of East Africa, Kampala IMHO is the most disorganized and dirtiest!
i agree that kampala can be generalised as dsiorganized but ug cities in general . entebbe is not disorganized,jinja,masaka,mbarara are not . gulu is understandable its just come out from war .too stinky for me to venture there. the fastest growing city in eac is some kenyan city. it is also the fastest growing in the africa. No offence though but UG cities in general are disorganized. afadhali dar!
yep that Ugandan politicians for you . i reckon the buses will still activate the first 100 arrived in Kampala 2 days ago . they are to be activated in march . the oil deal and bill were pushed through and signed so i can see things happening its a matter of waiting now really.Its seems Ugandan politicians want to block all development in Uganda if the procedures MAY have not been followed. It is like we will waste 2 years looking for a bribe which may or may not be there while in the meantime the economy will loose 100's of millions of dollars. I this delay tactic in OIL, with the help of some unknown foreign governments and now the buses.