If we continue like this, we will waste another thread on arguments/counterarguments and opinions. Hope we can get back to what this thread was meant for.
^^Kenya investment at its best, but museveni want to annexe our land still migingo island. BTW this people should invest in kenya too we need them:cheers:^^
She is building another mall in Kampala along Gaba road between Kabalagala and Nsambya suburbs. Cant recall the name of the mall though but hopefully it will be like the Oasis. I understand it will have Nakumatt as its anchor store again.
who ever said uganda has no hope is a fool. every rich country now would have started out poor. they need time to grow. If slavery never happened africa would be the richest countinent by far beleive me^^
Hmmm...the country has no hope? I think it does. Anyway, it seems you had all the time in the world to post this about a country you wouldn't even give a damn about (pardon my french).
80 percent of the work force is agriculture because of idi amin and m7 buisness was not possible. before they were in power uganda wasn not idependent (slavery) if your slave wat factory or office will u work in . besides the country main income is coffe an agricultural product so obviously 80 percent of workforce is agriculture.I don't know of Ugandese that starve to death, SHOW YOUR SOURCE TO SUPPORT YOUR STATEMENT.
The only place that Uganda have problems is the Northern part that has been plagued by rebelions since the 80s.
Uganda iss etting a example that the whole Africa shuld follow! :cheers:“People are working unlike in the US and Europe. This means there is market for the products,” she said.
Kazibwe was on Saturday opening a new Roofings Uganda project worth sh116m at Namanve Industrial Park in Mukono.
She attributed Uganda’s economic growth to the NRM government, which she said ushered in peace and security.
The former vice-president urged the people of Mukono to embrace the project, saying it would change their lives.
Kazibwe, also a presidential advisor on micro-finance, assured the residents that she would talk to the President to help farmers get roofing materials at low prices through the Prosperity-for-All programme.
Speaking at the ceremony, Mukono resident district commissioner David Matovu said investments like that of Roofings are product of good leadership in the country.
He asked the management of Roofings Uganda to set up more projects in the district to increase the revenue collection for the Government.
The company managing director, Lalani Skander, said his industry would employ 800 educated youth.
He said the project would also enable the people to have easy access to their products, adding that his company contributes sh50b as revenue to the
Are you serious, the building of roofs is your definition of Uganda setting an example. While China is building high speed rail systems that go over 200 miles per hour through more then 5000 miles of land. We have to think bigger, much, much bigger. That is why I hope for the creation of an East African Federation.Uganda's economy is grow! She becomes more powerful by the day.
By Brian Mayanja
Uganda’s economy is doing well despite the global economic crisis, former vice-president Dr. Specioza Kazibwe has said.
She said many industries are being established and jobs created, an indication of a fastgrowing economy.
Uganda iss etting a example that the whole Africa shuld follow! :cheers:
guy mr Kamau i support, building roofs is not an example, if it was making steel it would be an example but Uganda still exports steel, lets be seriousAre you serious, the building of roofs is your definition of Uganda setting an example. While China is building high speed rail systems that go over 200 miles per hour through more then 5000 miles of land. We have to think bigger, much, much bigger. That is why I hope for the creation of an East African Federation.