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Commonwealth Parliamentarians explore Uganda’s beauty

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Commonwealth Parliamentarians explore Uganda’s beauty

Commonwealth Delegates at the Historic Uganda Martyrs Shrine Namugongo

Commonwealth Delegates at the Historic Uganda Martyrs Shrine Namugongo

The real value for the host country, of a major conference such as the ongoing 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference is the flexibility in the programme that allows participants to spend some money.

Delegates at the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (#64cpc2019) that is taking place at Speke Resort Munyonyo, have had a fantastic time outside of conference walls in Munyonyo to experience Uganda’s vast beauty.

As seen from beautiful shots taken, a number of CPC delegates have had a field day today visiting major attractions such as the Uganda Martyrs Shrine in Namugongo, Bulange and the Royal Mile at Mengo, the seat of Buganda Kingdom. Delegates have also been as far as Buyende district where they climbed Kagulu hill as well as in Mpigi where they stopped at the Uganda Equator.

CPC delegate visibly delighted to have conquered Kagulu rock in Buyende district

 

CPC delegates were guided in their adventure climb of Kagulu rock in Buyende district by well trained Busoga Tour Guides

It was a beehive of activity actually at Kagulu where hundreds of delegates swarmed the rural area as they prepared to embark on a historic climb.

Buganda Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga was visibly happy to take the Commonwealth CPC guests on historical tour of Buganda kingdom when Commonwealth delegates visited Bulange, the seat of Buganda

Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi was very courteous to take the CPC delegates on a tour of the Uganda Equator at Kayabwe in Mpigi district

Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi was very courteous to take the CPC delegates on a tour of the Uganda Equator at Kayabwe in Mpigi district

CPC delegates seen here at the point where the Uganda Equator a a point where the South Hemisphere separates from the northern hemisphere.

A number of delegates have actually been out already with some having been as far as the Murchison Falls where they experienced awe at the sheer number of wildlife.

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