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Uganda needs Private Sector Boom – Charles N. Lambert , Leader Africa’s first economic war.

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The foundation for the building of any strong nation combines a perfect mixture of government and private sector influence in national development and discourse. The actual concept of democracy was simply an ideology created to empower the private sector and reduce the influence of government in economic activities by dictating whose policies aid private sector growth and independence. The full text of these ideals never seemed to have reached the shores of our beloved Uganda, the fax machine which delivered the document was obviously out of ink as all was seen by Ugandans is the word-Government.

Government Etuyambe is our national anthem in Uganda while we enjoy everything that comes from the United States of America, a nation built and controlled 90% by the private sector. “The government of Uganda has not brought any meaningful development” says the man on the streets of Kampala, enjoying seeing mansions in Nigerian movies not knowing they were built 100% by private sector efforts. He sits there thinking Nigerian government is much better than his not knowing that Nigerians have no security at all, can’t be outside later than 7pm at night, have no electricity in their homes, no running water yet command the largest and most vibrant economy in Africa. Can you imagine if they also had Ugandan government?

The 10 Point Program by President Museveni is by far the most clear cut blueprint on nation building with focus on private sector participation in economic development yet it seems the only aspect of it that Ugandans know is …government shall support you. We are so concerned about what the neighbor will say that we just don’t act here. The leper by the pool of Bethesda is a classic comparison to Uganda as he kept complaining for 30 years while others were getting healed by the same pool.

There is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING happening outside of Kampala, Uganda. The rest of the country is just a combination of undeveloped land. Ugandans see investment in their own community as the responsibility of the government or the opportunity for a foreigner to invest. Ugandans have more confidence to invest in another country than in Uganda, a nation that has had real peace for more than 30 years. A nation that borders countless others with opportunity for market expansion, a nation with the most unbelievable weather for an African country, one with the most fertile land and one whose leader will do anything for. How someone doesn’t want to invest here is beyond belief!

I am calling on all Ugandans to turn a new leaf as we provide private sector opportunities to bring prosperity into the country. It is for your own good that you heed this call and join us to overturn this ugly report or watch black people from various nations including the US, UK, Nigeria, Jamaica, etc come here and make you a foreigner in your own country.

We are a leading Africa’s first Economic War and it will culminate in the establishment of the Black Wall Street in Uganda. The Black Wall Street is the engine of capital generation for the industrialization of the African continent through the pro development corporations listed on it and the dividends they pay through the risk-free investment scheme of the Black Wall Street. The Black Wall Street is designed to rival Wall Street in New York which is currently a $21 Trillion dollar market value by the addition of more pro-development corporations and more dividend recipients from all over the developing world. The Black Wall Street was seeded by the signature ”Tablets and Dollars” program of Development Channel, Uganda Poverty Alleviation Program (UPAP). The Black Wall Street community is to be built on 2.5 Square miles of land and will consist of 11 of the highest skyscrapers in Africa with over 10,000 live-in work force drawn from the African American community where the name Black Wall Street was derived from a tragic racial past.  

The Black Wall Street will make Uganda, the economic capital of Africa and the developing world, the only status, the legacy of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni deserves!.

 Watch the space for the announcement of the ground breaking of the Black Wall Street.

Charles N. Lambert, Nigerian born British Citizen, Leader of Africa’s first Economic War adopted Uganda as his home country in November 2017.

 

 

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Socialite Jack Pemba in wedding preparations

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Jack Pemba and fiancée Zainab

Businessman and socialite Jackson Akim Pemba aka Jack Pemba is set to tie knot with his fiancée Zainab.

This comes in days after he took to his socials and shared pictures of him and his girlfriend having a good time. The two are also seen in pictures with prominent people like Prince Wasajja which was later rumored that they were having wedding meetings.

Meanwhile a lot of friends and family members have come out to wish them well including Desire Luzinda.This she did in a video she shared on her social media platforms.

“I really want to wish you well my dear friend Pemba. When you sent me pictures of you and Zainab, I got so excited to realize that you finally found someone who can fully make you happy. I am so proud of mama Zainab and I look forward to the big day. I appreciate you Pemba for being one true friend.” Desire said.

However ,real date for the two love birds to tie the knot is not yet clear. Pemba is described as one with a big heart generosity because of his philanthropic ways.

We will keep you posted

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Singer Rashy K Releases New EP “Celebration”

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Sweden-based Ugandan singer Rashid Kibirige aka Rashy K is back in 2020 with a new massive EP titled “Celebration”.

This follows his 2018 EP dubbed “Good Vibes”, which had great songs like “Miss Worldwide” and “Onkubye” among others.

Speaking to this website, Rashy K said he named his latest EP “Celebration” because, “The celebration of something is praise and appreciation which is given to it. I’m so grateful and just celebrating life, the past, the future, memories, love found, love lost, friends, family, mistakes, wins, losses, lessons and goals”.

The singer says the EP is different from his previous music because he is aiming bigger.

“This EP is very real, very relatable and so important for my catalogs. I’m aiming bigger and wider with this one. It’s important that my followers really give this some serious listening,” he said.

Rashy K recently unveiled the EP at a listener’s party in Västerås City – Sweden, where he performed for his fans and music lovers.

The celebration EP is already available YouTube, Sound Cloud, Spotify and iTunes.



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GMG boss, Paul Owor announces plans to contest for MP Busiro South

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Paul Owor is a reknown name in and around town, first for being loaded and also for slashing cash around musicians. He has previously signed artistes to his label GMG, lately ventured into singing but his latest plans are far different from doing music.

Paul Owor yesterday announced he was going to contest for MP Busiro South, a position he maintains he will win. Amidst cheers, Paul Owor was welcomed by his esteemed voters. Paul will begin his campaign trail as soon they are open and we wish him the very best.



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Yalelo Uganda opens Premium Fish Outlet In Jinja

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Jinja town has, only a few weeks after being made a city, started registering massive developmental strides. While speaking during the launch of Yalelo Uganda, Uganda’s first fish outlet in Jinja, the mayor of Jinja town, Majid Batambuze applauded the Government for laying such great foundations for investors to develop Jinja town.

“The Yalelo Uganda Fish outlet has come at the right time, and is plugging right into the overarching developmental plan of attracting and onboarding new investors to the city of Jinja. We are in the process of making infrastructural remodeling and renovation in order to enable businesses to thrive easily. The fact that Yalelo Uganda has opened shop in Uganda will not only create employment opportunities, but as well attract more investors to the city,” Majid Batambuze stated during the launch.

The Prime Minister of Busoga Kingdom Hon Hosman Nuru Hamid also applauded Yalelo Uganda for leading the race in value addition. He emphasized the need for value addition for traders, in correspondence with the key areas of focus of the president of the country, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

“It’s a great opportunity for Jinja and Busoga to be the first city in the country to have an outlet of an international Fish processing chain in the caliber of Yalelo. Let’s support the innovation, lets buy fish since the business has also employed our very own from the region,” stated Hon Hosman Nuru.

Speaking on behalf of Yalelo Uganda at their newly launched premises on Nizam Road, Jinja, Mr . Martin Kasasila, the Commercial Director promised expansion of Yalelo to other towns around the country with a target of 30 outlets.

“80 of our employees are from jinja, and the numbers will double soon. Our commitment is to producing the highest quality fresh fish in Uganda, processed with maximum hygiene standards, at the lowest price. We take pride in the fact that we have cultivated top notch capacity to process and deliver the freshest fish from the Lake Victoria at unbelievably cheap prices. You can buy fish from as low as 5,400 ugx and a kilogram goes for just 12,000 ugx,” said Martin Kasasila, the commercial director of Yalelo Uganda.

About Yalelo.

Yalelo Uganda is a member of First Wave group, an internationally acclaimed low cost fish producing franchise that have quickly grown to become the sector leader in Africa. This has been made possible by developing a structure that ensuring the best level of quality in their value chain of fish feed, fish production, distribution & retail. Typically, fresh fish is sold through local fish mongers at your local market, by the road sides in homesteads, and at landing sites. Yalelo Uganda intends to provide a convenient one stop shop for high quality fresh fish served in a hygienic environment at an affordable price.



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