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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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“I earned 120K at my first job” Brian Ahumuza consoles Sheila Gashumba

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Fashion guru Ahumuza Brian of Abryanz Collection has revealed how he was also being paid 120 monthly salary. Through his social media platforms, Ahumuza Brian has revealed how much he was paid being when he had just started his fashion road years ago.

Ahumuza opened up his first store, The Abryanz Collection Store, a clothing retail opened its doors to the public in 2010 at Prime Complex and in 2014, the Abryanz Collection was awarded as the Best Youth Fashion Store at the Kadanke Youth Awards.At the Abryanz Style & Fashion Awards in 2015, the Abryanz Collection launched its first custom made collection. The majority of the pieces are now on sale in stores. This collection was collaboration between Brian Ahumuza and a few fashion designers in Korea.

The Abryanz Collection has also showcased at many of the past Buzz Teeniez Awards events, and Kadanke Youth Awards. Off the runway, the collection has exhibited in secondary schools within Kampala and across Central region during the school tours organized by the fashion magnet.

The Abryanz Style & Fashion Awards. (2013- To Date)

With the idea of getting the fashion industry in Uganda pronounced and established, Brian Ahumuza begun The Abryanz Style & Fashion Awards back in 2013.

Abryanz was named the new Ciroc UG Brand ambassador on 14 October 2016. The fashion guru broke records as he became the first East African to endorse the Premium Vodka Brand, Ciroc.

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A Mbarara 9 year old releases her debut single

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Have you thought about the children’s entertainment specially during this lockdown? 

This is sorted as a 9 year old girl from Mbarara district releases  her first solo video titled ‘NINZA KWEGA’ literally meaning ‘I WILL LEARN’ 

Murungi is undoubtedly talented  and picks inspiration from her mother Emily Kikazi, the region’s reigning Best Female Artist. Murungi’s project does not come as a mistake since she recently featured her mother in the trending Runyankore song titled Twerinde Coronavirus. Murungi brings out a strong voice and wonderful gestures in the NINZA KWEGA single. It’s not the first time she appears before a camera. In 2019, Murungi appeared in a song visual titled ‘Mwana Wangye’ where the mother was telling her to be a well behaved child. Now in her Ninza Kwega song, the young beautiful Murungi, like her name, seems to be putting into practice what the mother taught her. Murungi is a lucky girl. She is already signed under her mother’s label called SUPER RICH GANG and the song was produced by the best producer Deus Kabagambe of sure tunes and Video was shot by VoltFilms. The mother tells us that she has a full independent management under the same label led by one U-Turn Fahard who is an influencer in the region. 

The mother, Emily Kikazi, an artist, says she is aiming at a big brand Murungi not just a stage performing artist. Murungi is having a personal music coach who doubles as her producer Deus Kabagambe. In just hours, her Facebook page MURUNGI and Youtube channel MURUNGI UG have shown pretty good growth. I recommend this video for every parent and child. Good luck MURUNGI!

Watch her debut single here

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Lydia Jazmine, Feffe Bussi, Tonix and Grenade light up Club Beatz second edition

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The second edition of Club Beatz at Home online concert took place on Saturday and featured singers Lydia Jazmine, Grenade, Feffe Bussi and Tonix. The show as usual was hosted by Martha Kay and DJ Aludah made his debut appearance.

The Club Pilsner organised show lived up expectations and got fans piling praise for the exhibition. All artistes performed in the comfort of their homes.

The show started with Allan Tonix electrifying ‘Swag Meter’ performance. Tonix also did ‘Sikuleka’, ‘Romance’, and ‘Sunday’ before leaving the mic for Grenade. Grenade did his master pieces Nkuloga and Akaama among other songs and still put up a good show.

Lydia Jazmine then took over the show with her ‘Masuka’, ‘You and Me’, ‘Hit and Run’ among others. Feffe Bussi, the master of free style then closed the artistes’ show with ‘Business’, ‘Love Yo’ among others.

The party went on all night with Sir Aludah on the decks.

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UK Based Ugandan Singer BrenJeezy Releases Charity song Aimed at Improving lives of Less privileged Children, Watch here

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UK based Ugandan singer “Brenjeezy” recently released a video featuring some underprivileged children in the small town of Kawempe, Uganda. The song is called “Give Me water, Give Me Freedom, Give me life” it is about the beauty if Africa, but at the same time it highlights the poverty that many young children in uganda face. The song was written by Canadian singer/songwriter Rox Hunter and Adrian Brewer from the UK.

From this single and video we hope to raise awareness and money to help look after the children and their families. Brenjeezy has been working alongside a charity called Walk For Water, and they have been able to provide for the kids in Kawempe during the current lockdown due to covid-19 outbreak

Brenjeezy real name Brenda Caroline Walugembe has also worked with many charities in uganda before and is passionate about children.

Watch it here

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