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4th Pakasa Forum under way in Kampala
Publish Date: Aug 23, 2014
4th Pakasa Forum under way in Kampala
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta delivered a keynote address to a huge crowd at Kampala Parents School, Kampala. PHOTO/Kennedy Oryema
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Event
:       Fourth Edition of Pakasa Forum (underway)

Venue:     Kampala Parents School in Naguru

Theme:    Creating Opportunities for Youth in East Africa

Keynote Speaker: President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya


KAMPALA - Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta, the chief speaker at the fourth edition of the Pakasa Forum, is taking questions after delivering his keynote address at Kampala Parents School in Naguru, Kampala.

After meeting with his host, President Yoweri Museveni, at State House Nakasero on Saturday, President Kenyatta addressed a huge crowd of mainly youths that are gathered at the school's auditorium.
 


President Kenyatta arrives at the venue -  Kampala Parents School
 

 


 


Tycoon Godfrey Kirumira (R) chats with other attendees at the Pakasa Forum. PHOTOs/Kennedy Oryema

 
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is airing the forum live. The TV station, which also broadcasts across the region, including on paid-for channels in Rwanda and Burundi, joins the other four regional TV stations that are telecasting the event across East Africa.

The stations include Uganda’s Urban TV, which is also available in Kenya and Tanzania via Azam TV; Rwanda Broadcasting Corporation and two other Kenyan TV stations, K24 and Citizen TV.
 


BEAUTY QUEENS: Miss Uganda past and present, Stella Nantumbwe (L) and Phiona Bizzu (R) are attending the event


 


Vision Group CEO Robert Kabushenga (R) chats with the Ruparelias at Kampala Parents School, the venue of the Pakasa Forum. Photo by Kennedy Oryema


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