George Cosmas Adyebo

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George Cosmas Adyebo
Prime Minister of Uganda
In office
22 January 1991 – 18 November 1994
Preceded by Samson Kisekka
Succeeded by Kintu Musoke
Personal details
Born 18 June 1947
Owiny Village, Uganda
Died 19 November 2000 (aged 53)
Kampala, Uganda
Political party National Resistance Movement
Profession politician

George Cosmas Adyebo (18 June 1947[1] – 19 November 2000) was a Ugandan politician and economist who was Prime Minister of Uganda from 1991 to 1994.

Adyebo became Prime Minister on 22 January 1991, succeeding Samson Kisekka, who became Vice-President. Adyebo served as Prime Minister for nearly four years, until 18 November 1994. Six years later he died at the International Hospital in Kampala after a long illness.


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Political offices
Preceded by
Samson Kisekka
Prime Minister of Uganda
22 January 1991 - 18 November 1994
Succeeded by
Kintu Musoke