A huge mosque begun more than 30 years ago by the late Ugandan dictator Idi Amin has opened in the Ugandan capital.
The crowds chanted "long live Gaddafi"
The mosque is named after Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi who helped finance its construction when funds ran low.
As Libya's leader opened the mosque, which holds some 15,000 worshippers and dominates Kampala's skyline, a large crowd chanted "long live Gaddafi".
Amin, who lived in Saudi Arabia after he fled Uganda in 1979, dreamed of building Africa's largest mosque.
A number of other African leaders attended the ceremony, including the presidents of Somalia, Zanzibar and Djibouti.