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Celebrating African Heritage and Diplomacy: A Night to Remember

It was a night to remember, as we gathered to celebrate African heritage and diplomacy in a grand event hosted by Minister Hajjati Minsa Kabanda and KCCA Executive Director Dorothy Kisaka.

The occasion marked the visit of the distinguished Nigerian King Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife kingdom and head of the Yoruba race worldwide, to Kampala Capital City.

The event, held at the exquisite Speke Resort Munyonyo, was graced with the presence of King Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi and his delegation, which included prominent investors in the oil and gas sector. Our guests were treated to captivating performances by the renowned Ghetto kids and other traditional dancers, creating an atmosphere of cultural exchange and celebration.

King Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, in his address, emphasized the unity of Africans and the importance of celebrating our shared heritage beyond artificial boundaries. His words resonated with all present, reminding us of the deep connections that bind us together as Africans.

This event was a testament to the power of diplomacy in fostering cross-cultural understanding and cooperation. It highlighted our commitment to strengthening international relations and business partnerships

Such occasions remind us of the boundless possibilities that lie ahead as we continue to build bridges of friendship and collaboration between nations. As we reflect on this new chapter in Uganda-Nigeria relations, let us remember the power of partnerships, the significance of diplomacy, and the role each of us can play in building a better future.

It is my hope that through our collective efforts, we will strengthen the bonds that unite us and foster a future filled with shared prosperity.



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