On his three days official visit to Kenya, President Yoweri Kaguta gave a public lecture to at Kenyatta University on March 29, 2019.
Due to the event, Kenyatta University’s end of semester examination that was postponed to allow allow students attend a lecture by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni.
The exam was later completed on Monday this week despite protest by sections of angry students.
The university postponed all examinations that were scheduled for Friday, March 29, 2019, so that the students could attend the lecture that was held at the university’s amphitheatre, pushing the exams to Monday.
This made students to hilariously rename the postponed exams as ‘Yoweri Museveni exam paper’.
The exam that kicked off at 7 am will come to an end at around 7 pm.
Museveni’s lecturer at the university was partly interrupted by chaotic students who broke into Bobi Wine chants after they were denied entry to the Amphitheatre.
They were then chased away from the premise before the lecturer went on as planned.
Museveni delivered a lecture on African integration inwhich he gave a background to African and its civilisation.
“Before leaving Nairobi, I delivered a public lecture at Kenyatta University on the subject of African integration. I gave my audience a background to Africa and its civilization, indicating that 5,000 years ago, Africa was the most civilized continent,” tweeted Museveni.
Museveni is currently the longest serving president of East Africa after ruling Uganda since 1986 after taking power from General Tito Okello Lutwa.