Billionaire's son: Rajiv Ruparelia, son of tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia. Photo credit/rosandpost.com

Premier recruitment Limited has announced job interviews for Ugandans willing to work in Qatar. The interviews are slated to take place on 16 December 2020.

The interviews are open for both male and female Ugandans age of 20 and 35years willing to work as cleaners in Qatar. The workers will be accorded free meals, accommodation, and transport to and from work and insurance cover.

The company revealed that each worker will be paid Shs 1million at the end of every month. The company directed all interested Ugandans to reach them through 0707555001/0707555018 or visit their offices located on Kampala road, crane chambers, first floor opposite City square.

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The company is committed to helping reduce the high employment rate in Uganda by providing suitable job opportunities to unemployed Ugandans. It also avails high quality, customer service driven and efficient service to both our candidates and clients with the utmost integrity, honestly and compliance processes and procedures.

According to the Uganda Association for External Recruitment Agencies, there are 140,000 skilled and semi-skilled Ugandans working in the Middle East as blue-collar professionals as well as technicians, security personnel, porters, drivers, cleaners, housekeepers, catering and hospitality personnel.

Domestic workers only account for about 30 per cent. The survey also showed that remittances benefited up to 820,000 households and that $6 out of every $10 received, went to financing household expenses and education.

According to the World Bank and IMF Balance of Payments as well as Bank of Uganda data, personal remittances to Uganda have grown by 174.6 per cent from $451.6 million (Shs1.66 trillion) in 2007 to $1.24 billion (Shs4.5 trillion) in 2017, but our neighbours, Kenya raked in $1.962 billion (UShs7.2 trillion) in 2017 and $2.5 billion (Shs9.2 trillion) in 2018.

Diaspora remittances to Uganda are equivalent to 30 per cent of Uganda’s traditional export earnings- $3.4 billion (Shs12.5 trillion) in 2017 and $3.6 billion (Shs13.2 trillion) in 2018 and almost 3 times bigger than coffee export receipts- $555.4 million (Shs2 trillion) in 2017 and $436.4 million (Shs1.6 trillion) in 2018.