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Makindye Division

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Makindye Division

Makindye Division is one of the divisions that makes up the city of Kampala, Uganda. The city's five divisions are:


Makindye Division is in the southeastern corner of the city, bordering Wakiso District to the south and west. The eastern boundary of the division is Murchison Bay, a part of Lake Victoria. Nakawa Division lies to the northeast of Makindye Division. Kampala Central Division lies to the north and Lubaga Division lies to the northeast. The coordinates of the division are:00 17N, 32 35E (Latitude:0.2791; Longitude:32.5862)

Neighborhoods in the division include Kibuye, Kabowa, Lukuli, Luwafu, Nsambya, Kansanga, Muyenga, Ggaba and Munyonyo. It is also home to the neighborhood of Kabalagala, a center for Kampala nightlife. The following landmarks are located in Makindye Division:

Kampala (IHK)

  • Little light Uganda (NGO)
  • Monitor Publications

See also


Coordinates: 0°17′N 32°35′E / 0.283°N 32.583°E / 0.283; 32.583

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