#REPORT: Ugandans are the happiest People in East Africa!

Kenyans have been sulking more than Ugandans despite easing pandemic pains, a new report indicates.

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The annual World Happiness Report ranks Uganda at number 117 out of 146 countries in global happiness, barely unchanged from 121 out of 149 countries surveyed in 2021. The report said Ugandans were the happiest people in the East African region, two places ahead of Kenya at number 119. Rwanda was ranked the unhappiest country in the six-nation East African Community bloc and fourth-worst globally, ahead of Zimbabwe, Lebanon and Afghanistan (the unhappiest in the world).

Uganda’s first ranking in the region makes a joke of the strong economic status of Kenya – economists say Kenya’s economy is the strongest in the region. Rwanda was ranked the unhappiest country in the six-nation East African Community bloc and fourth-worst globally, ahead of Zimbabwe, Lebanon and Afghanistan (the unhappiest in the world). Tanzania was ranked 139th and Ethiopia 131st.

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