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PHOTOS: How Tycoon Ham Kiggundu has Changed the Face of Nakivubo

In 2015, tycoon Hamis Kiggundu popularly known as Ham received a green light from President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to redevelop land on which Nakivubo stadium sits.

To many, this sounded like loose talk.

Fast forward July 2017, the tycoon has refurbished the land into an ultra-modern facility.

So far, the stadium is slowly being transformed into a futuristic erection.

When completed, Nakivubo will be at world class level.

Furthermore, the structures around are expected to house gyms and other sports facilities.

An inside view of one of the arcades

In 2013 Nakivubo Stadium ground manager Ivan Lubega revealed that the land had been leased to Hamis for five years in which he will be paying an annual Sh. 240 million to the managers.

Hamis later met President Museveni in a meeting that left the latter enthralled on how a industrious a young man like Ham could be.

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Besides the unfinished structures, the tycoon also owns Ham towers in Wandegeya, Ham shopping center located at the former park yard market a plush home in Ggaba, on the shores of Lake Victoria.

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