As East Africa is the world’s fastest growing market for higher education, I find myself there frequently. On one of my recent trips to Kampala, the capital of Uganda, I met with the founder and CEO of a start-up university. Having invested tens of millions of dollars to launch the new institution, he calls the university a “gift to his country” – albeit one that appears likely to add substantially to his net worth. But I have trouble paying attention to our conversation; he is wearing a double-breasted navy suit with short sleeves like a T-shirt. I have seen short sleeve safari suits, but a proper double-breasted short-sleeved suit with an office shirt with matching sleeve length underneath? This was an indication of what was to come in our conversation.