Uganda's Housing Deficit at 500,000 - Govt

The country's housing deficit is at 500,000 units with Kampala region region having a deficit of 100,000 units according to finance minister Maria Kiwanuka.

Kampala has a deficit of 100,000 housing units according to finance minister.

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    After four years of a mind-numbing experience paying rent, Alfred Kakuru, an employee of one of the corporate companies in town thought it was high time he owned a house. He sought... read more »