Makerere teargas maker unveils five-year plan

 

Samuel Mugarura, the Makerere University chemistry student who made teargas and claims he can make bombs has now unveiled things he will be doing in a period of six years from now.

Mugarura, who has since been in the limelight, has so far met with the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kale Kayihura, wrote to prime minister RuhakanaRugunda informing him about the innovation and also claims the president wants  to meet him.

But on top of all these meeting and several others to follow, the 23-year-old has today unveiled what he plans to do by 2021.

It's Possible To Start Business Without Money

Many people have remained  trapped in chains of dire poverty, nowadays, because they think starting a business is costly, writes SHIFRAH KAYAGA. However, talking to some milllionares in Kampala, a business can be started by any one with any amount of money, and it flourishes.

In most cases,  It’s not even the level of education that people have achieved, but even nature can be harnessed to ensure that one lives a splendid life, free of deprivation.

Why Financial Literacy Matters

In December 2014, Joshua got his first car, a Toyota Premio in the UAK series. It was in excellent condition. He loved it because he had saved for a year to acquire it at Shs 6 million.

However, months later, his colleagues started to tease him about his ‘old car.’ When one of his friends successfully ordered for a car from Japan, Joshua got excited. He identified a newer model Premio on the internet. Quickly, he got a buyer for his old car and wired the money. That was at the end of May 2015.

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