Akon announces plans to build second African city in Uganda

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The singer is currently building a $6billion city in his native country of Senegal.

Akon has announced that he’s planning on building another city in Africa while his first is still in progress.

The singer has been busy building a city in his native country of Senegal, for which he secured $6billion (£4.3bn) funding.

Speaking in a press conference on Monday (April 5), Akon revealed that a new futuristic city will be coming to Uganda in the coming years.

The plan has the backing of the Ugandan government, who announced that they’ve allotted one square mile of land for Akon City part two.

According to Uganda’s NBS TV, the city will operate using Akon’s own cryptocurrency Akoin, which will also be used in Senegal’s Akon City.

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