Out of all African countries, Ugandan has been rated ranked as the friendliest country. The rate at which its natives attend to strangers and tourists has been amazing and worth noting.
The friendliness is determined by how expatriates are welcomed or received and this has helped to integrate expatriates into the Ugandan community.
Uganda has been described as the friendliest country globally following a survey conducted among expatriates globally, according to the BBC.
In recent months, a global community network (Inter-Nations) conducted their annual Expat Insider survey of more than 14,000 expats from 191 countries, asking residents to rate a number of aspects about life abroad, including how easy it was to settle in, a country’s friendliness and ease of making friends.
As expatriates settle down, finding new friends can ease the often overwhelming task of adjusting to a new life abroad. While there are differences in local culture and language, some places can definitely feel more welcoming than others.
“This East African country received the highest marks for friendliness,” according to BBC’ s report. READ FULL STORY………………………………