By Dennis Katungi
I have reasonable respect for Ugandan self-made entrepreneurs. People who started from scratch and built up business empires such as Mr. Gordon Wavamunno, James Mulwana, Karim Hirji of Mukwano fame, Amos Nzei etc - are extra-ordinary men who survived and prospered despite unstable governments and a weak economy. They certainly did much better in the post 1986 advent of a stable government that deliberately worked to promote the private sector. It is proper and fitting to give them credit.