For decades of Uganda’s colonial and postcolonial reign, Port Bell, Uganda’s biggest water transport facility on Lake Victoria dominated regional and international trade patterns. The port that fetched, at it’s prime over 2 billion shillings monthly, has since been reduced to a shed of buildings and a shadow of its former glory. In this episode of NBS Investigates, Raymond Mujuni paints a picture of a port whose lost glory has shattered an economy and lives around it.
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