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How Malawi’s Businessman, Mlombwa Became A Billionaire From Being A Begger

Mike Mlombwa

Mike Mlombwa is a Malawian businessman and a billionaire in the country’s local currency. He owns Countrywide Car Hire, a vehicle rental and chauffeuring service operating in major cities, airports and hotels across Malawi.[6] Check also: Meet Bukenya, A 30 Year Old Ugandan Who Built A Multi-Million Dollar Procurement Business He has also recently ventured into the hospitality business with ...

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Meet Brenda, A Ugandan Woman Who Invented An App That Could Save People’s Lives

Brenda Katwesigye

Brenda Katwesigye lives in Uganda. Uganda is a country that is not known for its technological infrastructure or even its cell phone service. Even so,[12] this innovative entrepreneur is the brainchild of the mobile app InstaHealth, which, according to Black Enterprise, “instantly connects users to health centers, medical specialists and ambulance services, and allows them to share their health experiences ...

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Where Obama & Family Will Be Living After the White House

Barack Obama and family

When the first family leaves the White House in January at the end of Barack Obama ‘s presidency,[4] they are reportedly moving into a cozy 8,200-square-foot mansion close by. According to Politico. Check also: How To Solve Africa’s Life President Problem Built in 1928,[6] the home features nine bedrooms, eight-and-a-half bathrooms, [9]a two-car garage and a courtyard that accommodates up to 10 vehicles. It was sold ...

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5 Given Life In Jail Over 2010 Bomb Attacks In Uganda

bomb attacks uganda

Five people convicted of terrorism over the 2010 bomb attacks in Uganda’s capital, Kampala,[5] which killed 74 people, have been given life sentences.[9] Check also: Where Girls Are Being Kidnapped and Used as Suicide Bombers Two others also found guilty of terrorism were given 50 years in jail. Handing down the sentences, Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo said he did not believe ...

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