There was drama at the Munyonyo venue hosting the third African Peer Review Mechanism Youth Symposium after a huge snake beat SFC security and invaded the conference, triggering a pandemonium and leaving delegates in total confusion.

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The televised symposium had convened continental youth from different countries who were to be briefed on the African integration goal, as Museveni rallied young people not to be ‘divided along sectarian lines’ but rather push for unity.

As he gave his speech, the Presidential Press Unit intercepted live broadcast to minimize humiliation when a snake tried to make for the unaware Tibuhaburwa who was giving his remarks. Security was compelled to whisk off the president to a safer haven as he pleaded with his stand-by escorts to open live fire at the attacking serpent which bravely advanced to the pulpit.

“Piga yiyo nyoka,” Museveni told his guards in Swahili. The serpent was afterwards subdued and normalcy was reinstated for the conference to proceed without fail.

Sources say last weekend at the Ntungamo presidential state lodge, Museveni suffered multiple hiccups upon his return from Rwanda where he had gone to attend a CHOGM conference. State house sources say Museveni faced hallucinations and kept shouting the late speaker Jacob Oulanyah’s name.

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