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Prime Minister Reformed Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s Fashion Style

Ethiopian Prime Minister Reformed Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s Fashion Style

It was recently, when the President of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was gifted with a White blazer/coat/jacket by Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali as he was in the country for a delegate over the weekend.

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The minister, Abiy Ahmed was in the country for Heroes day as he was also awarded with a medal, and after they met with Museveni and shared some bonding gifts as Museveni couldn’t hide the excitement but took it to his social media pages and posted;

H.E Yoweri Museveni was honoured by Abiy Ahmed. 

“Before his departure from Uganda, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali and I exchanged gifts at State House Entebbe. I thank him for the colorful jacket. I also thank him for honouring my invitation and our countries will continue to strengthen our political-economic ties,” Museveni posted.

To show back his appreciation to the Ethiopian Prime Minister, President Museveni gave the Prime minister a beautiful piece of art depicting Uganda nature with Zebras on the run.

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