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Pakasa Forum: Long queue for tickets at Vision Group offices
Publish Date: Aug 22, 2014
Pakasa Forum: Long queue for tickets at Vision Group offices
People queuing to receive their passes to the Fourth Pakasa Forum
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People queu outside the Vision Group head office in Industrial Area to receive their passes to the Fourth Pakasa Forum due tomorrow August 23 at Kampala Parents School in Naguru.


Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta will address the forum under the theme Creating Opportunities for Youth in East Africa.


President Yoweri Museveni is also expected to attend.

PHOTOS/ Ronnie Kijambu
 

 

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