Tycoon Ham’s ‘White House’ In Uganda, A Carbon Copy Of US President’s Official Residence Brings Excitement in East Africa

The White House Replica In Uganda

Many Ugandans are obsessed with Houses which is a reasonable thing as shelter is one of most important things in life.

But out of the beautiful luxurious houses in Uganda and probably East Africa, famous businessman Hamis Kiggundu’s first iconic White house has left Ugandans excited and proud of a young man who is turning dreams into reality.

At just 38 years, Ham is a successful  businessman, investor, real estate and property developer, philanthropist, and author of two books; ‘Success and Failure Based on Reason and Reality,’ published 2018, and his newly published book ‘Reason as the World Masterpiece‘, 2021.

Ham hosted Akon at the White House Replica In Uganda

 

Back to his white house, Hamis said; “I have always admired the white house as a young man but based on reason, why go to America as a tourist to visit the white house when I have the means to build a look-alike here back home,”.

Hamis who ventured into import trading mainly of textile material to Uganda and slowly grew in the business from which he launches a multi-billion real estate company Ham Group of Companies, unleashed the multi-billion state-of-the-art palace dubbed the ‘Ugandan White House’ is located in Entebbe.

According to Ham, Ugandans and Africans as a whole don’t invest in their own countries. He says we’ve been brainwashed by our western-imposed educational systems and western social media platforms into thinking that the West is somehow superior to us.

Ham’s Uganda White house stands as a illustration to his fellow countrymen that if the US can build it there, we too can build it here.

“Why leave and go to the US when we can bring the US here to us?We have to be willing to change our mindset. We have to be willing to reason,” he adds.

His Ugandan White House is a regional tourist attraction and equally an example that you don’t need to go to America to tour the White House since the development is already set in the Pearl of Africa.

Hams White House has already been visited by Ministers and International Superstars:

Ham explains that God has blessed Uganda with a green landscape across 80% of its land surface area, tropical climate and fertile soils, which is why it’s called the Pearl of Africa.

Ham, it is the mindset of focusing on one’s advancement while not supporting those around you that is keeping Uganda chained. “Most Ugandans dream of getting a four-wheel drive as the solution for dealing with the potholes in our streets, instead of focusing on fixing the potholes,” he says.

It simply means Africans at home and in the diaspora need to stop investing in foreign lands and individual satisfaction at the expense of their people and land.

Inside the Ugandan White House

Ham believes it is possible for Africa to self-sustain. “Africans have the capacity transform from being merely consumers to stranding as producers,” he says.

According to Ham, it is the mindset of focusing on one’s advancement while not supporting those around you that is keeping Uganda chained. “Most Ugandans dream of getting a four-wheel drive as the solution for dealing with the potholes in our streets, instead of focusing on fixing the potholes,” he says.

It simply means Africans at home and in the diaspora need to stop investing in foreign lands and individual satisfaction at the expense of their people and land.

Ham believes it is possible for Africa to self-sustain. “Africans have the capacity transform from being merely consumers to stranding as producers,” he says.

“Instead of spending on imported finished products, we should start investing in production because we hold the resources, raw materials and human capital to run the factories,” he adds.

Ham believes that if Uganda is to develop, it should be a collective effort from all Ugandans, and agriculture is the way forward. “With our good climate, fertile soils and young, energetic population, agriculture is a means for the youth not only to earn income but contribute to the tax base and increase the national income as well,” he says.

That is why, through leading by example, Ham has already started investing in 10 agro-processing plants around the county with a central region pilot project (Ham Agro Hub) situated on iver 1,000 acres in sisa to employ as many Ugandan youths as he can.

“What should make a Ugandan proudly a Ugandan should be their contribution to the progress and prosperity of their motherland, Uganda,” he says.

Ham believes that if Uganda is to achieve reasonable progress, it has to be a joint collective effort from within the hearts and minds of Ugandans, reflected by productive output on the ground. And he is willing to lead the way.

The young billionaire notes that “We should not leave Africa chasing our dreams abroad but rather transform Africa our motherland into our dreamland based on reason and reality.”

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