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District location in Uganda
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|Population (2011 Estimate)|
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Kampala District is a district in Uganda that is coterminous with the country's capital city, Kampala. The main language spoken is Luganda. Many other languages, however, are spoken, including English, Swahili, Runyankole/Rukiga, Acholi, and Lusoga.
Kampala District is within the Kingdom of Buganda, in the Central Region. The district is bordered by Wakiso District to the south, west, and north and by Kira Municipality to the east. The coordinates of the district are:00 19N, 32 35E.
According to the provisional results of the 2014 national census, the district had a population of 1,516,210. The Uganda Bureau of Statistics estimated that the population had grown at a rate of 2.02% since the last national census in 2002.
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Kampala District is divided into five administrative divisions:
Each administrative division is independently administered by locally elected officials who report to the City Council Administration headed by an elected Lord Mayor. The mayor of Kampala is Al Hajj Erias Lukwago.
- Districts of Uganda
- Kampala City
- Old Kampala
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- Uganda Bureau Of Statistics (UBOS) (November 2014). National Population And Housing Census 2014. Provisional Results. (PDF) (Revised ed.). Kampala, Uganda. pp. 7, 22. Retrieved 29 March 2015.