Traveling around Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania in 2016, I saw some businesses with names that seemed bizarre from an American perspective.
We drove past a bar in some village called “Club No Class”. My guess is they mean people of all social classes can drink there, as in “there are no class divisions here, we’re all the same”, and were unaware of the meaning of “no class” in other English speaking countries. Or I suppose it could just be “we’re a dive bar with no class and we’re proud of it”.
But the strangest one was the big sign by the side of the road advertising the “Smart Pork Hotel”. I can only assume that expression must have some meaning to the locals, but it just sounds really strange to me.