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Uganda @50: Gen. Muhwezi’s Magical Dance In Rwanda

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The former spy chief also confirmed age could not stop him from showing off his dancing abilities as he took to the ground, thrilling guests at Kigali Serena Hotel.

Rwanda President Gen. Paul Kagame hailed Ugandans working in his country for their contribution to the economy through service delivery and promised to support them in case of need.

Kagame and Uganda’s envoy to Rwanda Bob Kabonero at Kigali Serena Hotel on Saturday

The function was organized by Uganda’s High Commissioner to Rwanda Richard Kabonero.

“I want to thank all the Ugandans living in Rwanda for the love they have for our country and their economic contribution through the several services they offer,” said Kagame.

Kagame dances away the night with Susan Muhwezi

“Rwanda and Uganda shall remain united so as to serve its people without boundaries. United we stand divided we fall.”

Kagame called for reflection on lessons learnt during Independence.

Kagame receives a book detailing Uganda’s history

“What lessons have you learnt as you celebrate 50 years of your independence? Use these celebrations to project for the prosperity of your country and Africa in general. Rwanda and Uganda are sisters and brothers that shall always work together for the good of their citizens. We must assert independence to attain prosperity for all. My invitation to attend such a function clearly demonstrates harmonious working relations.”

Lillian Mbabazi performs at dinner

Kabonero commended the “fraternal, deep and historic” relations between the two countries.

President Kagame attends dinner to celebrate Uganda’s 50th Independence- Kigali, 6 October 2012

President Kagame joins Ugandans in Rwanda for a dance

Some of the Ugandans in Rwanda attend the dinner at Kigali Serena Hotel

There were music perfomances at the dinner


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