By Watchdog reporter
See, there was no better way to wind up day 2 of the Uganda international cultural fair than witness some rain showers in the evening.
Exhibitors had a lot to showcase, food, medicine, dresses, I even came across a man selling black stones. I thought his product was handy as traditional Africa still feared snakes more than plagues.
The zoo was in its corner thanks to Uganda Wildlife Education Centre: the lion, leopard, python, crested crane, name them, told African totems to the visitors.
Uganda Tourism Board held a cultural quiz for secondary schools, the second phase after primary schools squared up on Friday.
It’s hard for me to say everything that is at the funfair which at the same time an educational experience of our cultures.