The vice president of the East African Students Union (EASU) Roy Rugumayo has got himself on a flying start. From rubbing shoulders with the Ugandan deputy prime minister on East African affairs, Makerere University alumnus Roy just shook hands with Kenyan politician Raila Odinga.
Leading a delegation to Arusha where the East African Students Union’s swearing-in ceremony is expected to be held this Friday, Roy made a stopover at neighboring Kenya. The delegation had a one-on-one session with the Raila Odinga, the African Union representative for infrastructure development. The parties had a lengthy discussion on matters concerning the youth.
“The uganda delegation to EASU is glad to have held an engagement with the @_AfricanUnion High Representative for Infrastructure Development in Africa and former Prime minister of Kenya @RailaOdinga.” tweeted the Ugandan head of delegation to EASU.
The swearing in ceremony for the new executive members of the East African Students union is scheduled for Friday 15th October. The event will be held in Arusha, Tanzania. The rest will follow up the event virtually on zoom.