Living Life: Ugandans trying to make it in Dubai

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Living a glamorous life in countries like the United States is a dream of many a Ugandan, but only a few of them are able to achieve it. Well, Paul Kirungi, a former journalist, is one of the lucky few who has begun to live the American Dream after settling in the U. S two years ago. Kirungi runs an on-line radio station and a shuttle. For more news visit Follow us on Twitter Like our FaceBook page.

Abatali bafumbo tebatuula bombo! For more news visit: Follow us on Twitter Like our Facebook page. Uganda has a community of over 100, 000 Indians. HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates). Mu mboozi yaffe eya tetenkanya obulamu tukuleetedde bannayuganda abali mu kibuga Dubai n'engeri gyebanoonya emirimu kumpi bwoya kubaggwa ku ntumbwe. For more news visit Follow us on Twitter Like our Facebook page.

Moving to Dubai? Wondering what life is like living in Dubai? This video is the perfect intro to give you an insight of what to expect living in Dubai. I try covering most common questions such as; - Is Dubai a country? - Do you speak Arabic? - What is the weather like? - Is it safe? - What is it like to live in Dubai? - What is the working life like? - Can you drink alcohol? - How's the driving & can women drive? - Is everyone rich? - Cost of living - What is there to do? - Can I bring my pet? - What was school like? Who Pays for VAT in UAE? Looking to learn more about me? Follow me: Camera Setup: Panasonic Lumix G85 Rode VideoMicro Songs by: - Retrouvailles - Henrik Olsson Subscribe to my channel.

“La Sape” is a unique movement based in Congo that unites fashion-conscious men who are ready to splurge money they don’t really have on designer clothes. Dressing in stark contrast with their surroundings, these elegant ambiance-makers become true local celebrities… but this fame comes at a price. The Republic of the Congo in Central Africa can’t boast of high standards of living. Yet, there are men here who are prepared to spend a fortune on designer suits. They call themselves “sapeurs” – members of the “La Sape” movement. “La Sape” comes from French and stands for “The Society of Ambiance-Makers and Elegant People”. For its adherents, it’s all about style and elegance, the right combination of colours and textures, brand-names and the highest quality materials. They derive true joy from showing off their attire on the streets of Brazzaville – the country’s capital and the centre of the “La Sape” movement. Walking down dusty streets lined with clay houses, they turn heads and feel like kings. And there’s no price they won’t pay for this. In fact, behind the image of success these dandies project, there are often stories of significant financial troubles caused by their extravagant hobby. To afford the price tag of their designer clothes, “sapeurs” have to save, borrow and even steal money, sometimes bringing ruin to their families. But even the grim consequences of their indulgent dressing habits often don’t stop “sapeurs” from spending money they don’t really have. They are in constant competition with each other and investing in their image is more important to them than improving their living conditions. Dressing smartly becomes a true addiction that is very hard to conquer. However, some “sapeurs” do strive to find a balance between looking chic and being reasonable with their spending. They insist that the “La Sape” movement isn’t about designer suits but rather developing impeccable taste. They make an emphasis on learning to dress well but within one’s means. This way, style and elegance will demand fewer sacrifices from their devotees and will be accessible to more sophisticated men. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: RTD ON TWITTER: RTD ON FACEBOOK: RTD ON DAILYMOTION RTD ON INSTAGRAM RTD LIVE.

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