Constitution:Third Schedule - Ugandan indigenous communities

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[edit] Third Schedule (article 10(a))

[edit] Uganda’s indigenous communities as at 1st February, 1926[1]

1. Acholi

2. Alur

3. Baamba

4. Babukusu

5. Babwisi

6. Bafumbira

7. Baganda

8. Bagisu

9. Bagungu

10. Bagwe

11. Bagwere

12. Bahehe

13. Bahororo

14. Bakenyi

15. Bakiga

16. Bakonzo

17. Banyabindi

18. Banyankore

19. Banyara

20. Banyarwanda

21. Banyole

22. Banyoro

23. Baruli

24. Basamia

25. Basoga

26. Basongora

27. Batagwenda

28. Batoro

29. Batuku

30. Batwa

31. Chope

32. Dodoth

33. Ethur

34. Ik (Teuso)

35. Iteso

36. Jie

37. Jonam

38. Jopadhola

39. Kakwa

40. Karimojong

41. Kebu (Okebu)

42. Kuku

43. Kumam

44. Langi

45. Lendu

46. Lugbara

47. Madi

48. Mening

49. Mvuba

50. Napore

51. Nubi

52. Nyangia

53. Pokot

54. Sabiny

55. So (Tepeth)

56. Vonoma

[edit] Notes

  1. The Constitution (amendment) Act 2005 added the following indigenous communities: Aliba, Aringa, Banyabutumbi, Banyaruguru, Barundi, Gimara, Ngikutio, Reli and Shana.

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