Hamis Kiggundu Launches Hamz Campus

Business Man Hamis Kiggundu Launches Hamz Campus

Businessman Hamis Kiggundu has set his hands in a plethora of ventures, and the latest on the catalog is an online learning platform named, Hamz Campus. The new learning platform running on the website, www.hamzcampus.com, comes to address the challenges in the education sector that were occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the emergency of the deadly coronavirus, physical learning…

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Diamond Trust Bank Loses Clients Over Tycoon Ham’s Shs120Bn Scandal

Diamond Trust Bank

There is pandemonium at Diamond Trust Bank (DTB) Uganda! As you read this, sources reveal that several of their clients are withdrawing their savings citing loss of trust and integrity in the bank’s senior executives, after they were accused of illegally siphoning over Shs120Bnn from businessman Hamis Kiggundu aka Ham’s accounts. Senior executives of both DTB Uganda and DTB Kenya…

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B2C / Kampala boys set to release a new song – Listen & Download it here

Yoola mp3 Download by B2C ft Aroma

B2C singers are set to release a brand new song dubbed YOOLA featuring songstress Aroma. “Blessed and happy to have worked with my most talented brothers of B2C entertainment(Mr. Lee, Delivad Julio and Bobby Lash,” Aroma music Official posted. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE ALSO, READGeoffrey Lutaaya donates second ambulance to Kakuuto Constituency King Saha denies receiving 300 million from Saleh Naira…

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US Entrepreneurs Tip Ugandan Youths on Building Strong Business Enterprises

Youthful Entrepreneurs form Chicago in United States of America have called upon Ugandan youths to always surround themselves with good mentors if they are to build strong business entities. These who included Moore Alyse Ashley and Ascenyo Carson had come to Uganda to attend President Museveni’s inauguration ceremony upon invitation by the Senior Presidential Adviser on Diaspora Affairs, Amb. Abbey…

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Activists Sensitize EAC Students Leaders on Fighting for their Rights

Youth Line Forum (YLF) in conjunction with Tanzania Youth Vision Association (TYVA) and Youth Agenda in Kenya has held a joint training to student leaders in the region with the aim of sensitizing them on the role in nation building. The three days training that took place in Uganda saw a total of twenty students in attendance, 8 from Uganda,…

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US Investor Reginald Franklin Donates to Ugandan School for Needy

Reginald Franklin the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Brookes Distribution Company based in USA has donated relief aid to needy children in Uganda. Reginald made the donation during his recent business trip to Uganda upon invitation by the Office of the Senior Presidential Adviser on Diaspora Affairs coordinated by the Trade and Investment Officer, Isaac Kigozi. Driven by love and…

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Amb. Walusimbi Roots for Parliamentary Committee on Diaspora

The Senior Presidential Advisor on Diaspora Affairs, Amb. Abbey Walusimbi has called upon Parliament to consider setting up a committee of Parliament on Diaspora affairs to handle the plight of Ugandans living abroad. The call was made during a stakeholders meeting held at Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) which attracted a number of government bodies including; BOU, UIA, UTB, Post Bank,…

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Oxfam Uganda Drums up Support for Local, National Humanitarian Actors

Oxfam Uganda has highlighted the need by government and other humanitarian players to support local and national humanitarian actors who are the first responders during crises The call was made by Francis Shanty Odokorach, the Country Director at Oxfam in Uganda during the closure of the five year Empowering Local and National Humanitarian Actors (ELNHA) project. Odokorach said that the project focused on strengthening…

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Uganda’s Business Activities Register Arise amidst COVID-19 Pandemic- Stanbic Bank Report

A report issued by Stanbic Bank has revealed that Uganda’s private sector has continued to recover in the month of April with an improvement in business conditions, employment and purchasing orders since February. The headline Stanbic Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rose to 57.8 in April from 53.2 in March, signaling a third successive monthly improvement in business conditions since the series began with an average…

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CSOs Root for Improved Community Participation in Health-related Decisions

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have called upon Ugandans to rise up and increase their participation in health-related decisions especially in improving Primary Health Care (PHC) in the country. The call was made during a CSO stakeholder round table dialogue on promoting community participation to improve Uganda’s Primary Health Care system organized by the Uganda Youths and Adolescents Health Forum (UYAHF).…

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