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KCCA independence carnival excites Kampala
Publish Date: Oct 07, 2012
KCCA independence carnival excites Kampala
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Kampala Capital City Authority held a special Independence Carnival on Sunday.It started with a jubilant march from Kitgum House at 9:00am to Watoto Central Church, before a merry-making climax at the Constitutional Square.

There was food, drinks and cultural performances.

 

 

 

 

Kampala Capital City Authority executive director Jennifer Musisi heading for Jubile carnival.PHOTOS: Nicholas Oneal

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