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  2. List of Ugandans by net worth - Wikipedia

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    List of Ugandans by net worth - Wikipedia List of Ugandans by net worth From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The per capita income in Uganda in 1999 was approximately US$650 annually. In 2013, an estimated 19.5 percent of the 35 million Ugandans lived on less than US$1.00 per day.

  3. Uganda Air Force - Wikipedia

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    This military branch was officially called "Uganda Army Air Force" (UAAF). [4] Its first aircraft was of Israeli origin, and its initial pilots trained in Israel. As Uganda's government forged closer links with the Eastern Bloc, the UAAF began to acquire more aircraft as well as support in training from the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, and Libya.

  4. List of newspapers in Uganda - Wikipedia

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    The Independent (Uganda) Kampala: 2007 English: Website: Rolling Stone (Uganda) Kampala: 2010 Ceased publication November 2010 The Rwenzori Times: Kasese: 2015 Rwenzori Media Group English: Website: Rwenzori Daily: Kasese 2020 English: Website: The Fast Observer: Kampala: 2020 Alfa Media Smc ltd English: Website: Nile Chronicles: Kampala 2012 ...

  5. List of university leaders in Uganda - Wikipedia

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    Uganda Pentecostal University: John Ntambirweki: 35 Uganda Technology and Management University: Kalonzo Musyoka: Venansius Baryamureeba: 36 University of Kisubi: Peter Kazzekulya: John Ssebuwufu: 37 University of Military Science and Technology: 38 Victoria University Uganda: Martin Aliker: Krishna N. Sharma: 39

  6. Red Pepper (newspaper) - Wikipedia

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    (February 2019) Red Pepper is a daily tabloid newspaper in Uganda that began publication on 19 June 2001. Mirroring tabloid styles in other countries, the paper is known for its mix of sensationalism, scandal, and frequent nudity.

  7. New Vision (newspaper) - Wikipedia

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    When Amin was deposed in 1979, the second Obote government named its paper Uganda Times. When the National Resistance Movement seized power in 1986, the name of the daily newspaper was changed to New Vision. The Uganda Argus and its successors always presented as the "official" newspaper of the government in power. Vision Group

  8. Thomas Tayebwa - Wikipedia

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    Thomas Tayebwa (born 10 November 1980) is a member of the Parliament of Uganda who has served since 2016, [1] and has served as Deputy Speaker of the Parliament since 2022. [2] He was appointed as the Government Chief Whip by Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. [3]

  9. Hoima International Airport - Wikipedia

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    As of June 2021, according to the Petroleum Authority of Uganda, as reported by the Daily Monitor, completion had progressed to an estimated 55 percent, with the 3.5 kilometres (11,000 ft) runway nearly complete. Commercial commissioning is still planned in February 2023. [34] In August 2021, the airport runway was 95 percent complete.