Laeticia Kikonyogo

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Laeticia Mukasa Kikonyogo is a Ugandan judge. She is the Deputy Chief Justice of Uganda.[1] She is a justice of the Uganda Court of Appeal.[2] The court of Appeal also functions as the Constitutional Court of Uganda. Her first name is sometimes spelled as Leticia or as Letitia.

Overview[edit]

As Deputy Chief Justice of Uganda, Justice Kikonyogo is rated the 6th most powerful person in Ugandan public life. The six (6) most important public officials in Uganda are: [3]

  1. The President - Currently, Yoweri Museveni
  2. The Vice President - Currently, Edward Ssekandi
  3. The Speaker of Parliament - Currently, Rebecca Kadaga
  4. The Chief Justice - Currently, Benjamin Joseph Odoki
  5. The Deputy Speaker of Parliament - Currently, Jacob Oulanya
  6. The Deputy Chief Justice - Currently, Laeticia Kikonyogo

Education[edit]

She attended Trinity College Nabbingo for her high school education.[4]

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