• Wed Aug 02 2017
  • City business man Ham discloses source of money

The 33 year old businessman got the backing of the MPs, pledging their support to the development of the country.
Henry Sekanjako
Journalist @ New vision
The 33 year old businessman got the backing of the MPs, pledging their support to the development of the country.

Youthful Prominent Kampala businessman Hamis Kiggundu, commonly known as Ham, has attributed his wealth to bank loans, which he says have helped him grow his businesses to building a world class Stadium at Nakivubo.

The young entrepreneur has ruled out ever receiving any financial assistance from President Yoweri Museveni, whom he said many people have linked his business establishments such as the Ham shopping malls in Kampala.

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Appearing before the Parliament's committee on Presidential affairs, on Wednesday, to respond to a petition by Nakivubo Park yard Vendors regarding their eviction, Ham implored the MPs to support local investors for increased employment opportunities and economic growth.

"I'm putting up a world stadium at Nakivubo, it has taken me eight years to work on this project, whatever money I have used on Nakivubo, I have made through my youthful years, if we wait for foreign investors to come and develop our country, we shall never develop," Ham said.

The 33 year old businessman got the backing of the MPs, pledging their support to the development of the country.

 

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