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55 Years Later, Uganda Remains A Poor Country With Poverty On The Rise

October 9, 2017 marks 55 years since Uganda attained independence from Britain. However, the desire to be politically, economically and socially independent largely remains a dream. While it’s true that Uganda has witnessed unprecedented political turmoil (largely caused by Ugandans themselves) which has negatively devastated the economy, many Ugandans still

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Middle East Success: ‘Our Children Working In United Arab Emirates Have Transformed This Family’

Hajji Hassan Katende and his wife Nassali Janat Katende are quite an admirable couple and family, thanks to the transformation they have undergone in recent years. Although they are located in Kaberebere Town Council, Isingiro district, they are economically very far compared to many Kampala dwellers. “We were not badly

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