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It’s celebration time in Kampala.

The 4th Uganda National Cultural Centre (UNCC) Annual Art and Culture Festival is in full swing.

The event kicked off in Kampala on Friday, October 7 and will close on Sunday, October 9, with celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the east African nation’s independence.

Throughout the 3-day celebration event, processions, traditional dances and other performance arts have animated the streets.

The event organized by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development through its UNCC agency also aims to contribute to the preservation of Uganda’s history and tradition as well as stimulate the local economy.

After the main independence celebrations, stage performances will bring an end to the festival.

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