Africans will again celebrate the African day slated for this Saturday at capital kitchen.
The day was put in place in 1963 by Organization of African Union present African Union with an aim of celebrating Africa and its Culture.
This year’s main organizers of the celebration, the Pan African Women Organization (PAWO) said the event will be focused on celebrating Africa’s food, culture, film and music among others.
Grace Kabayo the Executive Secretary of PAWO said that they have partnered with African Movie Night Kampala to showcase some African movies so that Ugandans can appreciate the potential and diversity in their film industry.
“We will also have a thrilling display of African dishes. We have partnered with Capital Kitchen to prepare dishes from each of the 54 African countries.
This is something exciting and Ugandans should look out for.
We shall also have a 50-meter long buffet that will have various food dishes on it,” Kabayo revealed.
At the event, there will be music from various African countries as another way of celebrating Africa in general.
Muslims especially those who are fasting should not worry since there will be free Iftar which will be served at 6:50pm.