Development Channel has lived up to its promise as made in the first verse of this report series by actually COMPLETING the setting up of the LARGEST CALL CENTER IN AFRICA HERE IN KAMPALA, UGANDA, without a single financial support or tax exemption from the government. The Call center has the ability to retain 5,300 full time employees making it one of the largest capacity call centers in the world (beating over 98% of the established names in the famed Indian Call center industry). The call center forms a core base of the operations of Development Channel in the economic transformation of the African continent through its recently declared Pan-African Economic War with headquarters in Kampala, Uganda. Through the call center, products and services from the 25 companies in the conglomerate will be delivered door to door, person to person to all Africa’s 1.2 billion people.
In celebration of the completion of the call center set up, the company invested in giving out 40 SUVs to its middle level management made up of mostly people who were job seekers just a few months ago. This does not include the over 500 that have received free computer tablets( a thing no other company selling computer tablets in Uganda has ever done for its employees), the ones that have gotten apartments, the over 50 that have received new international passports for business travels or the unending training in character, business, patriotism and fear of God. Ugandans simply cannot believe the life they are living right here in Uganda and the Founder keeps insisting that the organization has not yet started. “ It’s very logical, the ONLY PROOF that the legacy of President Museveni is the ideal legacy for all African countries is when the tittle of the Highest Employer of Labour in Africa’s private sector is held in Uganda by Development Channel and not in Nigeria by Dangote. Expect us to create over 60,000 sustainable jobs in Uganda in the next few months to attain that honour. Be rest assured, Dangote is only holding on to that crown for a few more months
Development Channel started 7 months ago in one room of a dilapidated building led by one man and followed by 17 ladies in what the founder describes as “The Second Mustard Seed” which must FOSTER THE FIRST
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