Samia was also present at the launch of ASLC on Tuesday at sheraton hotel where she emphasized building consensus for African development and unity.
She urged the the ASLC board to keep the spirit they have hard in at the launch and engage more students, adding that the initiative had created a lot of expectations.
After the signing of the MOU, Samia also checked-in at Nkrumah hall, a male students’ hall of residence at the campus, where her father,s sculpture stands out prominently in the compound.
She was so amused as she requested to pose for a photo besides the sculpture.
Yaba was later introduced to the warden John Kamya, who previledged as well to see her.
Nkrumah’s sculpture was put up in recognition of his legendary pan Africanist works and ideas.
The ASLC was officially launched by the Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda under the theme; Positioning Africa for the 21st Century and intends to partner with the university since it boasts of the highest number of human resource, including 60 professors who would collaborate in conducting research in agriculture, food security and climate change, economy, industry and business, leadership and governance as well as peace and security.
“Surprisingly, the African Forum is hosted in Europe, but we must change this and host in Africa and find solutions to our problems by ourselves,” Mwesigwa stated.