The Kenyan American business man Julius Mwale together with the Senegalese American Singer Akon have today been showered with much praises after they resolved to invest in Uganda. This comes after the recent meeting between Akon and the Ugandan president His Excellency Gen. Yoweri Museven which saw Museven unleash 640 acres of land to Akon for investment.
The Kenyan Mwale medical and technology city plans to set up Hampton hospital to replicate that one in Kenya and Senegal in the 640 acre's.
This news wowed Ugandans who have gone ahead to show their love for the project. According to Ugandans, this will be a milestone in Uganda receiving such investments from outsiders. They went ahead to pray that the project will be a success. Their Kenyan counterparts have also joined them in thanking the son of the Kenyan soil and the Senegalese for their interest to better the lives of people of Uganda through investment.
Replying to the post in Mwale medical and technology city official Facebook page, Ugandans expressed their feeling. Here are just but some of the reactions
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