Sep 16, 2017

I’ll retire in Uganda, says Unesco boss

PARIS, FRANCE — There is growing interest in Uganda from the rest of the world, with some people choosing to retire and invest in the country. Just recently, Uganda was ranked the world’s friendliest country for expats’ families by the Global Community Network Interventions. The latest is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation director general, Irina Bokova, who...

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