Photos from Day 2 ~ August 30th ~ UNAA Hyatt Convention 2014, San Diego

Posted August 31, 2014 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Events ~ 18,597 views


Here are some photos shared from Day 2 (Saturday, August 30th) of the UNAA Convention taking place in San Diego at the HYATT La Jolla Hotel ~ Covering some more arrivals, Vendors, UNAA Luncheon, Guest Speech by Uganda’s Prime Minister and Boat Cruise.


Ugandan Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, and Speaker Rebecca Kadaga are among the dignitaries at this years UNAA convention.


After the Boat Cruise, Boston’s Touch n Soul Band provided live show on Saturday.


The Theme: “Unity through Cultural Awareness” ~ 26th Annual UNAA Convention | San Diego, CA | August 29th to August 31st 2014

3 Days of the best Ugandan networking, business and education forums and political governance debates 50+ trade show booths with world class Ugandan culture, produce, art crafts, cuisine and textiles.

Every year during labor day weekend Ugandans in North America congregate to celebrate their nation’s heritage however this year in a break with tradition, there are two conventions happening at the same time in different hotels but in the same city. Stay tuned for all the highlights from both events courtesy of our news network.

Here is the full Gallery from highlights of Day 2 from Hyatt Hotel as soon as we receive images from the Marriott Ugandan Festival and Boat Cruise we shall bring them to you as well.

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    Jane Stanley

    You’ll look like you’re having so much fun time. That is why all of you must make sure that UNAA organization as we knew it is restored and that despite all the differences in opinions, we want the organization to survive. Hopefully, you’ll will work towards the main goal. .keep UNAA organization alive and viable. Keep politics out of it.
    That is my opinion.
    Jane Bayenda Stanley

    Jane Stanley

    I am hoping that the convention produced a great amount of accomplishments and that some of the major issues that have been tearing up the organization have been resolved or left behind as let bye goes be bye gones. I’m looking at compromise for the sake of the mother land. Peace to all, and I for one will be looking forward to reading the reports on what was accomplished.
    Jane Bayenda Stanley

    Elias Mwesigye

    Thanks for the good organization of the get together of the UNAA.I propose that you make this event to rotate among different major states so that we can visit our collogues in other states and know more about US and other opportunities. Otherwise thanks a lot.

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