capital of Uganda


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Noun1.capital of Uganda - the capital and largest city of Uganda on the north shore of Lake Victoriacapital of Uganda - the capital and largest city of Uganda on the north shore of Lake Victoria
Buganda - a state of Uganda and site of a former Bantu kingdom
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This project will build flyovers at major junctions that are particularly congested, improve junctions, and widen existing road to improve and promote urban transportation in the center of Kampala, the capital of Uganda, with the objective of improving the flow of goods and stimulating the economy in the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area.
Vehicles are targeted to be manufactured on an already acquired 100-acre site in the Jinja Industrial Park, located about eighty kilometers Northeast of Kampala, the capital of Uganda.
Given the increasingly vital role that technological innovation is playing in providing crucial services to Africa's often far-flung populations and attempting to fill in the yawning gap that the current official systems have left, African Business magazine and IC Events hosted a critical forum on innovation in Kampala, the capital of Uganda, in November last year.
According to Mashable, Google revealed that it has already wired up Kampala, the capital of Uganda, using Project Link:
Al-Shabb killed 74 people watching the football world cup in Kampala the capital of Uganda in retaliation for their presence in Somalia with AMISOM.
An upcoming meeting in Kampala, the capital of Uganda, will specify the composition and terms of deployment of the joint Congolese-Rwandan task force as well as its relations with MONUSCO.
The trip follows a previous trip to Kampala - the capital of Uganda - with fellow students.
More stops and states are on the roster until the choir's six-month tour ends, about July 10, and they return to Kampala, the capital of Uganda in Africa.
Deadly protests over high food and fuel prices have rocked the capital of Uganda, which is east Africa's third-largest economy.
Leaders at the meeting, convened in Kampala, the capital of Uganda, close to where the suicide bombers killed scores of football fans, sanctioned reinforcements for the currently deployed 6,200 AU peacekeepers who are barely managing to keep Somalia's besieged government in office.