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Parliament hosts American students
Publish Date: May 07, 2014
Parliament hosts American students
The visiting students take a group photograph at parliament. Photo/Enock Kakande
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By Enock Kakande

Parliament has today hosted students from the Ohio State University in the United States.

The entourage, led by Dr. Salome Fouts attended the Plenary session chaired by Speaker Rebecca Kadaga.

PHOTOGRAPHY/Enock Kakande

The group poses at the entrance of the parliament building

The students are being hosted by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Makerere University.

They are on a study programme (International Studies/Development course) in areas of Kampala, Kamuli, Jinja, Gulu and Murchions falls.

After a guided tour of the Parliament premises, the students took an opportunity to model.

The students leaving parliament after their tour

“We were briefed and have really enjoyed the hospitality in Uganda, the pearl of Africa and we are dressed in long dresses/ attire befitting the society and in particular the Parliament of Uganda,” said Dr. Salome Fouts.

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