Wednesday, July 29, 2015


:  SOME OF YOU WILL REMEMBER WHEN AFRICEL FIRED 39 #UGANDAN EMPLOYEES IN KAMPALA AND REPLACED THEM WITH LEBANESE.  If you do not remember, that is your problem. You have to keep up.  Africel took over Orange Operations in Uganda and sacked their key Ugandan employees. It was in the media and I ran that story.  Some of you saw my post on why our poor Reading Culture is paying us dividends.  The Lebanese who were brought into Uganda only communicate in Arabic and French.  So translators had to be hired for them. -- DON'T STOP ME, I AM ON A ROW HERE---.  Believe me people, poor communication is costing us a lot of jobs.  I write about these things with a passsion and a fury because I am Job Automation and Job Outsourcing and BPOs (according to Kagingo and Museveni).  I am gonna throw something I wrote about Job Migration.

You may not like me but when I say that your Unglish is unacceptable, it is because I know for a fact that I do not give the time of the day for anyone who cannot articulate in their national language.

Look at this.  Africel got money and they are in DRC.  So what about #Uganda?  "tsup" is not a greeting to a total stranger and neither is well be back.

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Martha Leah Zesaguli (Nangalama)
Moncton, Canada
Born and Raised in Uganda (Bududa District where our hospital has no water)
Twitter @mlnangalama
For God and My Country

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) revealed that it will invest USD 35 million in telecom operator Africell. According to the IFC, the investment is intended to support the expansion and upgrade of mobile networks in Gambia, the DRC, Sierra Leone and Uganda.

IFC’s investment is part of a syndicated loan of USD 150 million, arranged by Deutsche Bank and supported by the Public Investment Corporation SOC acting on behalf of Government Employees Pension Fund, Banque Libano Francaise, EcoBank RDC and other investors.

Africell is an emerging telecommunications operator, with a customer base in some of Africa’s most challenging markets. Since its launch in 2001, Africell has become the leading mobile network provider in Gambia and in Sierra Leone, and is expanding rapidly in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Uganda. The new financing will enable Africell to expand its coverage and services.

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