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How many Slots of UPAP do you own?



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By Charles Lambert

Every time I look at a Ugandan, the first question that comes to my mind is “How many slots of UPAP do you own? When I look at people who have come into close contact with me or our organization and realize they don’t own any UPAP, I puzzle with amazement.

When I look at those who earned millions from us either in salaries, commissions, supplier contracts and the likes and still don’t own any UPAP, I finally comprehend the scripture- “my people perish for lack of knowledge”.

I own 2,000 out of the 20,000 available UPAP slots. I settled my mother, my father, my siblings, my children and all my loved ones by issuing those UPAP Slots.

I gave my best employees, my confidants, my strongest supporters and my deepest well-wishers UPAP slots and I know for a fact that I now truly owe no one anything no matter how much more successful I become in the future. So what is so special about UPAP slots?

UPAP platform showing cash out value of 5 slots.

UPAP slots are dividend magnets to the largest economic revolution in Africa’s history YET pegged to receive only $100 per month from the pot because the magnets are so few they could easily get $10,000 per month each. The pegging was easy to implement because the magnets were received through product purchase as against pure cash investment ( Ofcourse the mitigating factors we experienced meant some people never got their tablets but this doesn’t erase the fact that a product was paid for). This pegging of these magnets however has a strong benefit which is that those magnets will ALWAYS be able to withdraw that $100 per month from that huge pot forever.

This means one magnet or one UPAP slot is GUARANTEED to pay you dividend of $100 per month for life? So how are we sure this pot of money where the magnets are drawing from is realistic.

Development Channel owns some of the most critical intellectual properties in the world of international development. From programs to systems, processes to structures, themes to designs, products to services, shows to campaigns and more, DC is THE INNOVATOR for global development. One great monopolistic innovation makes billions of dollars in today’s world so how about 100s? DC’s Flow which connects all of Africa’s economy through a credit system is highly monopolistic in nature and set to attract over 80% of the African population and $1.5 billion dollars in monthly revenues. DC’s OBF which connects home construction to overseas mortgages for funding is a $17 billion dollars per annum initiative.

Then DC’s Redirect Mall, DC’s Lechi, DC’s ITE, DC’s Forgotten Places, DC’s M7 Agriculture bank, DC’s Economic System, and countless multi billion dollars intellectual property belonging to one company.

UPAP platform where you receive messages from the company as well as withdraw your monthly returns.

Development Channel has also completed the development of its proprietary Influence Triangle with the unique App Based ability to employ 18.6 million people in three distinct professions to effectively influence the market dominance of its 100s of unprecedented innovations. We don’t just have products;we also have the market in our palm. So why not share it with your friends and families only, why give it to me for buying a product? 

Simple answer, without you, our orchestrated plan to deliver Africa from gross poverty and lack of capital for industrialization and job creation will not succeed. Without paying that $100 per month to as many people as possible (20,000), we will only succeed in making money for ourselves but do nothing great for Africa. What’s the fun in just making some individual money if its possible that we can do both individual and community benefit? How do you mean?

We must have a version of New York’s Wall Street in Africa if we will ever experience industrialization. Who will bell the cat has been the only question. Black Americans tried to do this for the race by creating what they called The Black Wall Street. They profited individually and collectively until envy drove some white Americans to attack them and burn down the whole place killing over 300 people and burning the place to ashes(The place is still a ghetto today). We are rebuilding this Black Wall Street in Uganda because the only mistake our African American brothers and sisters made was to build The Black Wall Street on Western Soil and Uganda being one of the most secured black nations in the world because of M7, provides the most logical nation for the establishment of the most important icon of the Black Race ( THE ONLY PROBLEM THE PREVIOUS BLACK WALL STREET HAD WAS SECURITY). 

We can only create Black Wall Street through thousands of families receiving and withdrawing dividends via verifiable pro development companies paying them for risk free investments through product purchase. This will encourage all of Africa and diaspora 1.4 billion people to participate in the risk free investment mechanism of the Black Wall Street and we can use the over $100 billion dollars saved from capital flight to horn Africa towards competing in a $21 trillion dollars development financial market. Strangely and quite simply, we need you to own UPAP for Africa to develop. 

So what are you waiting for, take over the slot of ignorant people who thought they were joining a ponzie, a get rich quick scheme and began to murmur when it became academic and intellectual. 

UPAP platform showing accumulated monthly returns.

Over 3,800 Ugandans with over 11,000 slots currently own an account on the platform where all Development Channel innovations are sold through its Influence Triangle and have been receiving $100 per slot, per month payment for several months anticipating regular withdrawals while DC has launched 7 highly innovative basic human need Apps on Google Play Store. UPAP value is never less than $100 per month in dividend and gained this status since November 2019 making thousands of members have current account balances exceeding $1,000 and counting. UPAP is currently the only monthly dividend paying stock in Ugandan history. 

After the malicious attack and blackmail we experienced from detractors who thought cheap attacks could derail us, we implemented a new rule of account activation to help us separate our internal enemies from our loyal members. This has made thousands of inactivated UPAP slots ready for buy out and settlement of the withdrawn members. 

Own UPAP Slot today by replacing an uninformed illiterate who thought it was a Ponzi when they invested.  

Ask one of our authorized brokers about Cash OUT. Cash Out expected at the boom of the industry to pay $30,000 per UPAP slot which only cost most people $270 dollars at the time, 2018(Now valued at $500 per slot). 

UPAP was created to make eternal history. Knowing about it and not owning it will haunt you forever. 

The no DROPOUT 10 inch computer tablet

Charles N. Lambert, UK Educated and US Trained Corporate Strategist, Leader of Africa’s First Economic war created Development Channel, UPAP, Black Wall Street and DCs 25 companies, themes, designs, structures, Influence Triangle, App Shows and the Global Economic Systems. 

UPAP stands for Uganda Poverty Alleviation Program.

M7 agricultural bank that will be set up in 600 locations across Africa.

You can send your queries to contact@developmentchannel.tv

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This is what Umeme is doing, to keep Uganda, especially our healthcare and manufacturing facilities switched on and running



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By Selestino Babungi

Selestino Babungi, the Umeme Managing Director

Covid-19, the deadly disease caused by the Coronavirus is now a local and a global reality. I would like to applaud all our frontline healthcare workers and other individuals and institutions who are working day and night under the strategic guidance of our president, to keep this pandemic at bay in Uganda.

As guided by the President, H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, while the healthcare workers fight the disease, care must be taken to keep the economy running, without compromising public health.

Umeme, accounts for over 97% of all electricity supply in the country and we therefore understand and appreciate that we must stay at work to keep the country switched on and running. I appreciate the efforts of our 1,625 staff and contractors who have remained committed to keeping the lights on. We also appreciate the support received from the security Joint Task Force, which has continued to support us during these tough times.

But Uganda can only keep the economy running, if we are all healthy and alive, which is why I urge all of us to join hands to fight the Coronavirus by adhering to all government directives and guidelines especially staying home and practicing the various safety measures that government has so articulately communicated.

An Umeme Field Technician attends to a customer. The power distributor has maintained its technical teams who attend to faults in Kampala, Entebbe & Mukono areas, as well as entire upcountry faults teams, which are fully operational. The specialised teams that attend to big breakdowns and vital installations such as factories, healthcare facilities, security installations, and other vital facilities have also remained on standby.

Adjusting our processes to keep Uganda switched on

At Umeme- the safety of our customers, our staff, and the public has always been a priority. In light of the directives issued by the government, Umeme has had to inevitably make adjustments in our standard operating procedures to protect our staff and subsequently the public, but also ensure we reliably keep on the lights.

First of all, to reduce the level of human interaction, we have had to scale down on the number of staff coming to work physically. This has seen us reduce the number of staff per shift. To fit within the 12-hour night curfew, we have also had to create longer shifts of 12 hours in our contact centre and work management centre. We have further relocated staff required to be at work to service centers nearest to their places of residence.

The staff rationalisations however do not affect the technical teams. We have maintained the usual technical teams who attend to faults in Kampala, Entebbe & Mukono areas. Our entire upcountry faults teams are also fully operational. The specialised teams that attend to big breakdowns and vital installations such as factories, healthcare facilities, security installations, and other vital facilities are on standby.

The decongestion on our roads has also allowed us to respond to emergencies and technical faults faster and timelier. This is why for example even with the reduced workforce, our service levels remain high.

Umeme keeping health and manufacturing facilities running

Most referral health facilities, except Mulago National Referral Hospital, do not have dedicated power lines. They share these power lines with other users in the community in which these facilities are located. To ensure maximum efficiency during this delicate period, Umeme carried out preventive inspections and maintenance on these lines and the supporting substations to enhance their performance. We have also made sure that any emerging faults on these lines are prioritised ahead of other faults for faster restoration of supply.

Also the pre-paid meters to health facilities were replenished with credit to ensure continuity of supply without disconnection.

The continued investment in the distribution grid has significantly contributed to its stability and reliability. For this year, the plan is to invest a further US$ 80 million in substations, line works, and expansion of distribution zones. We also aim to convert the remaining 150,000 postpaid customers to pre-paid metering.

 Protecting Umeme Staff and their families

For the safety of our staff, Umeme complies with the Ministry of Health Guidelines on CoVID-19 and has provided the required personal protective equipment like working goggles, hand sanitizers, vehicle sanitizers, and gloves, etc. Our field technical teams are under strict instructions to adhere to Ministry of Health guidelines while attending to network operations and technical customer service requests.

We urge the public to boost the efficacy of these initiatives by equally practicing the ministry of health guidelines, especially maintaining the recommended 4 meters social distance while dealing with our staff.  

A Umeme ground transformer in Tororo, near the Simba Cement Factory. Umeme’s continued investment in the distribution grid has significantly contributed to increased stability and reliability of electricity in Uganda. This year alone, Umeme, plans is to invest a further USD 80 million (UGX303 billion) in substations, line works, and expansion of distribution zones. The 150,000 remaining postpaid customers will also be converted to pre-paid metering.  

The investments in technology have enabled us to continue serving our customers through the use of digital channels at our contact centre, payments through digital channels, remote network management through the use of SCADA and remote working of our staff. Our operations would have been significantly derailed during the lockdown period if we had not embraced technology over the years.

Let us stay safe, stay home, and save lives.

Selestino Babungi, is the Managing Director, Umeme Ltd.


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Chairman of the United Bank for Africa Tony Elumelu says Covid-19 Presents Opportunity to Reset Africa



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The Chairman of the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, Tony Elumelu, has stated that the Coronavirus Pandemic currently ravaging the world presents an opportunity to reset the African continent so that Africans can be empowered to become more productive and self reliant. He said this today at the high-level Roundtable discussions made up of African leaders including Dr. Ngozi Okonjo – Iweala, the Special Envoy of the African Union on Covid-19 and Tidjane Thiam who is also a Covid-19 Special Envoy responsible for mobilising international economic support for Africa.

During the session titled ‘Resilient World: An African call for a new world order’, Elumelu stated “I see this pandemic as an opportunity to reset Africa.’ Whilst pointing out that Africa as a continent has all it takes to emerge into a strong digital economy, the UBA Group Chairman advocated a martial plan that will galvanise the entire continent and make Africa less dependent on the ‘circularity of debt’ from developed nations, which according to him, has been a major setback for decades.

 He said, “I feel that as we engage the rest of the world in providing relief, we need to look for a more fundamental solution to Africa’s challenges. I have often argued for a martial plan overtime. We need to mobilise everyone. If we have a martial plan that mobilises resources to address particular issues, then we can mitigate against this constant begging for assistance.”

Explaining further, Elumelu pointedly said, “The truth is that we have resources to help mobilise people. As the founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, we committed to endow $100m to support young African entrepreneurs and we have been seeing the positive results this has yielded so far. It is evident that if we can fix access to electricity, ensure stability of the macro-economic environment, ensure prioritisation of the youth, empower our small and medium scale enterprises and fix youth migration, then we are in for a better and more resilient economy’. “There is the urgent need to prioritise our youths and empower our SMEs. The people who work hard need to be encouraged,” Elumelu noted passionately.

 Tidjane Thiam who supported what Elumelu had proposed, said that rather than depend on international assistance at every point, there is the need for governments and institutions to invest in activities that will prioritise the youths and create a better enabling environment. 

“I totally agree with Tony Elumelu. The major challenge is that we do not see enough entrepreneurs. Similar to what obtains in Asia and Europe, there is the need to promote a class of Entrepreneurs to drive the African economy.  we need to groom more Tony Elumelus’ from Africa’ he said. Tidjane continued, ‘We know what needs to be done. We need government and multinational institutions to bring in capital so that there will be investment in health, infrastructure and the like. We do need to get rid of this debt cycle because constant rescheduling and begging for relief for debts is not good for us as a continent,” Thiam said.

Okonjo-Iweala, on her part, called for a system where youths and women will be empowered to create and produce more to boost the African economy.

Whilst calling on private and government parastatals to engage in meaningful partnerships that will help to galvanise job creation and entrepreneurship among youths in Africa, she said, “As Tony pointed out, we can see this pandemic as an opportunity for the continent. We have the African Free Trade Agreement, and we have to make it real. 

“We have to specialise our countries to manufacture the things we need so we can trade with others. We need to produce good jobs for our young people. We need to empower our women and youths and put them at the centre. It is said that Africa would have the largest number of youths in the world by 2050, so we need to fix this,” she noted.

The round-table which was organised by the New York Forum Institute, also had in attendance African Heads of States including President Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger; President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya; President Alassane Ouattara of Cote d’Ivoire; President Macky Sall of Senegal and President Julius Bio of Sierra Leone;


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How do you recover economically from COVID 19 lockdown?



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By Charles N. Lambert

So far it has been estimated that the world has lost over $ 9 trillion dollars already since the global lockdown from the threat of Corona Virus began. In the US, over 6 million people have asked the government to begin paying their bills by filling unemployment. In the UK, request for government benefits have soared to record highs. US government is practically giving away $2.2 Trillion dollars to help their citizens and the economy. The UK government is paying 80% of wages for a significant number of people and countless more envious information reaching the African shores as palliatives for these Westerners.  So What about Africans?

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There is nothing different from how we treat beggars in how we have treated our citizens during this horrible economic downturn. Reports of food items being given to street beggars is all that fill our airwaves as the reports of the palliatives we hear across the continent. While it is important not to forget the poorest of the poor in this time, we have not heard of any single palliatives for the working, private sector employees who are not beggars but also need help especially after the lockdown elapses. Those average citizens who might need to begin looking for jobs afterwards, those whose small businesses have been decimated and they need to send kids back to school. Those whose companies have lost major contracts so won’t need their services any longer and even our numerous university students who practically support themselves through individual hustle will have a very hard time going back to school after this. The real impact of this horrible economic attack on African middle class through this virus will be grossly felt in the months after the lockdown has been called off.

Sample of the 25 high tech companies bringing the returns to investors.

Aid and welfare are some of the worst things in the world yet most people especially in Africa do not know that. The West provides Aid to Africa and investments in their nations. America as a nation is built on anti-welfare mentality and philosophy and they are the richest country in the world. One of their greatest leaders Abraham Lincoln took a very negative position to welfare saying that “You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves”. Black American Thomas Sowell had this to say about welfare “The welfare State has always been judged by its good intentions rather than its POOR RESULTS”. The summary is that welfare does not work; it is not sustainable and does not lead to progressive development of the person. So how will African middle class recover from the Covid 19 Pandemic economically?

The Covid 19 economic hardship came from disruption in only ONE of the factors of production-labour. The virus does not attack money! This means Capital as a factor of production is immune to Covid 19 pandemic and can continue to work with technology to bring financial returns even in the worst of the epidemic. This is the only reason why the stocks and shares of Amazon( online retail company) is soaring through the roof as Westerners are busy investing their capital RIGHT NOW in the technology centered corporations which has little or no need for human gathering to produce. The value of the online business meeting company Zoom just added a further $2 billion dollars in this same period, the owner of Twitter gladly gave away $1 billion dollars to fight Covid 19 knowing his time to profit immensely is here and while Facebook is now totally jammed with traffic. The internet and those who invested in it have won!

Covid 19 upap platform where you receive and withdraw your investment returns plus receive corporate updates.

The Black Wall Street presents amazing platform for wise Africans to profit from investing in high tech online companies whose market focus is on developing countries but without taking any investment risks such as loss of capital. Our signature risk-free investment program-UPAP are dividend magnets to the largest economic revolution in Africa’s history through 25 HIGH tech online companies so guarantees you $100 per month for lifetime which you receive through an online platform directly withdrawn into your local bank account. UPAP slots are received through the acquisition of a computer tablet which was sold at a cost of $220 dollars in 2017 when the HIGH Tech companies under the Black Wall Street had not been deployed on Google Play Store but now costs $500 since they were deployed and members receiving monthly $100 payments. But how can anyone pay $500 for a computer tablet at this time of economic difficulties?

The Black Wall Street has created a pragmatic economic relief path for Africa’s middle class through a derivative of UPAP known as “Covid 19 UPAP”. This highly compassionate investment program is designed to help the middle class avoid the coming devastating economic impact of the COVID 19 pandemic lockdowns. Instead of paying $500 for the UPAP slot, you pay $50 and use your returns to pay off the cost of the UPAP, receive the computer tablet shipped to your door and continue to enjoy the $100 per month for another 9 months and at which point, you should have recovered from the Covid 19 economic downturn. (This UPAP derivative also offers no cash out value and limited to 10,000 slots).

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Speak to a Financial Administrator for the Black Wall Street today. contact@developmentchannel.tv

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Use Covid-19 Lockdown to Read the 10 Point Program- by Charles N. Lambert



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By Charles.N.Lambert

If you want to hide something from a black man, put it in writing” is a common widely accepted Western theory that unfortunately holds water among most of our population. “I want you to explain it to me” are the common words we hear from 90% of our black African investors in almost every interaction after any written communication. We buy drugs and don’t read the content, we eat food and have no idea its nutrient implications and we take actions totally ignorant of the law or its consequences. We seem to be the actual literal definition of the word- Dumb!

Something bigger than oil is showing up in Uganda yet very few in Uganda are aware or paying any attention to it simply because it has NOT yet been announced by the government. The government that tirelessly works to hear from the private sector painfully discovers year after year that the private sector is rather waiting to hear from the government. Uganda is a story of a people who have never understood the ideals of their government.  If only they read the 10 point program, If only they understood the unshakeable ideals of President Museveni, if only they truly followed and knew the final result of Pan Africanism the country has held as an ideal for decades.

A young radical, highly intellectual and very opinionated leader of men have just taken over a small East African country of little or no relevance to the entire African population so why did most of his 10 Point Program talk about Africa instead of just Uganda. Who becomes so passionately engrossed in educating ideals and values to illiterate, blood thirsty and rival focused inhabitants of a black nation synonymous with nothing else but wars and killings? Why did the natural diplomat pursue the principles of privatization to the point of arming his enemies with attack tools? Why it is so difficult to factually accuse Museveni of embezzlement of resources yet Ugandans are so poor? What is not adding up? The Answers are in the 10 point Program.

The 10 Point Program indicates in every sense that Uganda under the leadership of the ideals of M7 will be the home of the African, the black man, the dark skinned oppressed people of the world- the HOME OF RESISTANCE. This he has tried to do through government programs which mostly brought the refuges. The other types of black people are now about to come too, those which are NOT refugees. The 10 Point program stipulates that the government play very little or no role in economic development and service provision to the people giving over 90% powers to the private sector. The black owned corporations that will enjoy this policy are now about to come to Uganda.

The Black Wall Street is a movement that began in Uganda in November 2017 dubbed “The Second Mustard Seed” as at then, through the sales of the world’s very first investment by product purchase initiative also known as Tablets and Dollars or the Uganda Poverty Alleviation Program (UPAP). This little known UPAP will after documented Series by CNBC and Economist PROVING access to dividends from computer tablet purchase will become available to all Black people all over the world at a devalued rate of $100 per slot PER YEAR. This will lead to sales of 40 million mobile phones made in Uganda and an immediate $8 billion dollars into the Uganda economy with $600 million dollars distributed for cash out to 7,000 Ugandan families with UPAP slots in what is anticipated as the “Cash Out” by thousands of Ugandans.

The Black Wall Street which is the engine of AI powered industrialization of the African continent will make Uganda the destination for Capital and AI Consulting services to all of Africa leading to the status of the Economic Capital of Africa. The Black Wall Street will bring thousands of multimillion dollars and billionaire black personalities to invest in Uganda. On a side note, the Black Wall Street Community will have “The World’s Longest Bar” in the world right in Uganda as one of the greatest tourist spots on earth (cheers to tugende tunywemu).

In more than 10 different ways, the 10 point program prophesied, prepared and secured Uganda FOR the Black Wall Street. The Black Wall Street will crown the liberation war, justify it, empower Ugandans economically, honour M7 and foster his legacy forever. The Black Wall Street will be the PRIDE OF UGANDA.

The Black Wall Street Community is to be built at the lake shores in Uganda SIGNIFICANTLY comprising of 11 of the tallest buildings in Africa.

The Black Wall Street has divided Africa into 600 Regional Points with each represented on ground by the Artificial Intelligence Powered Development Centers otherwise known as M7 Agriculture Bank. These Development Centers will stamp the leadership authority of the Black Wall Street in Africa. Link to the full 10 Point Program Document http://www.austria-uganda.at/dokumente/Ten-Point%20Programme.pdf

The Black Wall Street signature AI powered 4th Industrial Revolution for Africa will establish 1,000 factories and supporting living communities per factory in Uganda across all districts beginning August 2020.

Charles N. Lambert was born in Nigeria, became a British Citizen in the UK, lived a decade in the US, married to a Kenyan BUT made Uganda his home country in November 2017. Charles N. Lambert visited a city in the United States of America known as Tulsa Oklahoma in December 2002 for a different reason BUT strayed to the region known as North Tulsa, (a current ghetto) where he learnt the history of the violent destruction of the very first Black Wall Street by envious whites. Lambert designed Development Channel 25 companies and UPAP as a foundation to recreate the Black Wall Street but this time, on a SECURED BLACK NATION-Uganda. BWS has been strategically positioned to relocate over 100,000 African Americans from the US to Uganda with 3 million more visiting each year.


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