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PHOTOS: Sudan VP Welcomed At Kyankwanzi

Sudanese Vice President Mr. Hasabo Mohammed Abdalla is at the National Leadership Institute in Kankwanzi, on a working visit, Chimpreports has learnt.

Mr Hasabo,  according State House, was Monday afternoon received by President Yoweri Museveni at NALI, where they held talks on a number of issues.

Museveni is currently attending the ongoing ruling NRM Caucus Retreat at NALI, which he opened yesterday.

The two, according to State House, discussed matters of mutual interest between the two countries Uganda and the Republic of Sudan.

Mr. Hasabo Mohammed Abdalla, was accompanied by a powerful delegation that included, among others, the Minister of Internal Affairs, Mr. Esmat Abdulrahman Zain Alabdin.

The Sudan Vice president meets MPs at Kyankwanzi
The Sudan Vice president meets MPs at Kyankwanzi

At the event, the Vice President praised the NRM Caucus members for holding an annual retreat where they exchange ideas that are beneficial to society.

“This is a good approach to have an annual retreat to exchange ideas for the good of the people,” the visibly excited visitor said amid a thunderous applause from MPs.

He went on to describe President Museveni as one of the most respected and prominent leaders in Africa adding that he was extremely delighted to meet NRM Caucus members.

He noted that the Sudanese Parliament also organizes similar retreats for their members.

NRM leaders welcome their guest at the retreat
NRM leaders welcome their guest at the retreat

He proposed an exchange of visits between members of the NRM Caucus with those of their National Congress Party of the Sudan in order to strengthen the African solidarity and cooperation for the good of the people of the continent.

“I propose that the two Political Parties arrange an exchange of visits of members of the Parties. We have got a lot of potential in Africa that we need to exploit for the good of our people,” he said.

He also advised the Ugandan legislators to reflect what they learn to the people of their numerous areas.

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