|Elevation||3,970 ft (1,210 m)|
|Population (2011 Estimate)|
Nakaseke is located approximately 66 kilometres (41 mi) by road, northwest of Kampala, the largest city and capital of Uganda. The road from Kampala to Wobulenzi (a distance of about 50 kilometres (31 mi) is all-weather tarmac. The last 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) are on a gravel-dirt road. The coordinates of the town are:00 43 48N, 32 24 54N (Latitude:0.7300; Longitude:32.4150).
Most of the people in Nakaseke, are Baganda, the biggest ethnic group in Central Uganda. An estimated 59.2 percent of the Nakaseke community is literate; which is largely limited to local Ganda language. A Primary Teachers' Training College has been built in Nakaseke. Nakaseke Hospital, a 120-bed public hospital administered by the Uganda Ministry of Health is situated in Nakaseke town. The hospital is connected to other health units by a radio.
According to the 2002 national census, the population of Nakaseke District was estimated at about 138,000. In 2007, the urban population in the district was estimated at 12% of the district population with a growth rate of 3.3% annually. There are four (4) urban municipalities is Nakaseke District. These are:
Landmarks in the town of Nakaseke or close to the town limits include:
- The headquarters of Naakaseke District Administration
- The offices of Nakaseke Town Council
- Nakaseke Central Market
- Nakaseke Hospital - A 120 bed public hospital, administered by the Uganda Ministry of Health
- Nakaseke Teacher Training College - For the training of primary (elementary) school teachers
- Nakaseke Community Multimedia Center Radio 102.9FM