By Julius Mugaga Tukacungurwa/Umoja Standard.
Kampala, Uganda: Uganda’s First Lady Janet Museveni has bid farewell to the outgoing French Ambassador to Uganda, H.E Jules-Armand Aniambossou at State House Nakasero. Janet lauded his government for the good relations it has had with Uganda.
“Uganda has had good relations with the French Government, and it is my desire to see the relations and partnerships between the French Embassy and Uganda’s Education and Sports sector continue to grow. We pray that you go in peace and remember Uganda as your second home,” said Janet.
Outgoing Aniambossou will be heading for his new diplomatic duties as an Ambassador to Accra, Ghana.
In a meeting with President Museveni last week, H.E Aniambossou commended Uganda’s vibrant arts, culture, and creative industry saying the government should put more effort in discovering and supporting talent in Uganda which has the potential in fighting unemployment.
“Maybe In about 10 years from now, the creative industry will create more money than oil, People will not have to look for jobs,” H.E Aniambossou said.
He added that the Uganda government should also consider having a minister for arts and culture.