Vice President of Uganda

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The Vice President of Uganda is the second-highest executive official in the Ugandan government. Vice President is appointed by the President.

Vice Presidents of Uganda[edit]

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Name Inaugurated Left Office President Notes
1 William Wilberforce
Kadhumbula Nadiope III
October 1963 April 1966 Edward Mutesa Deposed in the Battle of Mengo Hill
2 John Babiiha April 1966 January 1971 Milton Obote Deposed in the 1971 coup d'état
Vacant January 1971 January 1977
3 Mustafa Adrisi January 1977 November 1978 Idi Amin
Vacant November 1978 December 1980
4 Paulo Muwanga December 1980 July 1985 Milton Obote Deposed in the 1985 coup d'état
Vacant July 1985 January 22, 1991
5 Samson Kisekka January 22, 1991 November 1994 Yoweri Museveni
6 Specioza Kazibwe November 1994 May 21, 2003 The first woman in Africa to hold the position of vice-president of a sovereign nation
7 Gilbert Bukenya May 23, 2003 May 23, 2011
8 Edward Ssekandi May 24, 2011 Incumbent

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mwakikagile, Godfrey (1 February 2013). "Uganda: A Nation in Transition : Post-colonial Analysis". New Africa Press. Retrieved 21 September 2017 – via Google Books.

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