UGANDA: Business ideas for youth by Cottage Industries
The following is verbatim from that company’s Facebook page. They do not teach spelling and grammar though. Just call them because for as little as Shs. 120,000, you get training and immediately start printing cash. MLN
Alot of youth at home expecting to do nothing this season at cottage uganda we understand but there are alot of opportuniities that can allow you to earn ie if you dont have alot of capital try to visit the markets like owino and find how you can help one person
At the end of the day that person might cash you some money and if you good at saving that can help yoiu start a bussiness in January or visit industrialcottage uganda for small manfactiring ideas like soap juice shampoo or chalk and paint making from home these small scale bussiness requires less your effort and call us 0706128049
MLN: I looked into this company in the past. Cost of training (one day) was 70k. Cost of equipment was 30k (soap making). Cost of initial supplies was 20k. DAILY PROFIT was 20k.
NOW, CHALLENGE. Most Ugandan graduates can neither read nor do basic addition and subtraction. How else do you explain a kid paying Shs. 14,000,000 to an agency to get them a visa to Canada?
www.cic.gc.ca lists the visa costs. Emitwe egyo!!
—— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: November 11, 2019 at 01:28PM