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.


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


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

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