Second Schedule Uganda Constitution 1995

National Objectives and Directive Principles of State Policy Preamble Article 1-4 [Chapter 1 – The Constitution] Article 5-8A [Chapter 2 – The Republic] Article 9-19 [Chapter 3 – Citizenship] Article 20 (Fundamental and other human rights and freedoms) Article 21 (Equality and freedom from discrimination) Article 22 (Protection of right to life) Article 23 (Protection of personal liberty) Article 24 (Respect for human dignity and protection from inhuman treatment) Article 25 (Protection from slavery, servitude and forced labour) Article 26 (Protection from deprivation of property) Article 27 (Right to privacy of person, home and other property) Article 28 (Right to a fair hearing) Article 29 (Protection of freedom of conscience, expression, movement, religion, assembly and association) Article 30 (Right to education) Article 31 (Rights of the family) Article 32 (Affirmative action in favour of marginalised groups) Article 33 (Rights of women) Article 34 (Rights of children) Article 35 (Rights of persons with disabilities) Article 36 (Protection of rights of minorities) Article 37 (Right to culture and similar rights) Article 38 (Civic rights and activities) Article 39 (Right to a clean and healthy environment) Article 40 (Economic rights) Article 41 (Right of access to information) Article 42 (Right to just and fair treatment in administrative decisions) Article 43 (General limitation on fundamental and other human rights and freedoms) Article 44 (Prohibition of derogation from particular human rights and freedoms) Article 45 (Human rights and freedoms additional to other rights) Article 46-49 (Human Rights and Freedoms During a State of Emergency) Article 50 (Enforcement of Rights and Freedoms by Courts) Article 51-58 (Uganda Human Rights Commission) Article 59 (Right to vote) Article 60-68 (Electoral Commission) Article 69-76 (Political Systems & General) Article 77-87A (Establishment Composition and Functions of Parliament) Article 88-97 (Procedure of Parliament & General) Article 98-110 (The President) Article 111-119A (The Cabinet) Article 120-125 Article 126-136 Article 137-145 Article 146-151 Article 152-160 [FINANCE – General] Article 161-164 [Central Bank of Uganda & Auditor-General] Article 165-175 [Chapter 10 – The Public Service] Article 176-189 Article 190-200 Article 201-207 Article 208-217 Article 218-222 Article 223-232 [Chapter 13 – Inspectorate of Government] Article 233-236 [Chapter 14 – Leadership Code of Conduct] Article 237-245 [Chapter 15 – Leadership Code of Conduct] Article 246 [Chapter 16 – Institution of traditional or cultural leaders] Article 247-257 Article 258-262 (Amendment of the Constitution) Article 263-274 Article 275-288 Article 289-294 First Schedule Second Schedule Third Schedule Forth Schedule Fifth Schedule Sixth Schedule Seventh Schedule

The Boundary of Uganda. (Article 5)

Commencing at the highest point of Mt. Sabyinyo; thence in a north-easterly direction to the southern extremity of the Bunagana ridge marked by Boundary Pillar 1; thence along the watershed of Bunagana to its highest point, marked by BP 2; thence in a north-westerly direction in a straight line to the summit of the knoll Chieshire, marked by BP 3; thence in a straight line in a north-easterly direction to the confluence of the Rivers Nyarugando and Nkaka (Kanga); thence following the thalweg of the River Nyarugando to its source; thence in a straight line in a north-westerly direction to the highest point of the hill Giseke, marked by BP 4; thence following the watershed between the hill Giseke, and the hill Lubona and its continuation as far as a point, marked by BP 5, about 400 metres north-west of the summit of the hill Lubona; thence along the crest of the spur running in a north-westerly direction to River Sinda (Lulangala); thence along the crest of the opposite spur, as shown on the map, to the summit of the hill Kirambo, marked by BP 6; thence in a curved line, as shown on the map, along the crest of a spur running from Kirambo in a north-easterly and northerly direction to the northernmost elbow of the River Kaku or Rutshuru; thence in a straight line across this river to the mouth of the stream Kasumo (Sumo); thence along the thalweg of this stream to its source; thence in a straight line to the lowest point, marked by BP 7 of the col north-east of the above-mentioned elbow of the River Kaku or Rutshuru; thence in a straight line to the confluence of the Rivers Kyarakibi and Murungu; thence following the thalweg of the River Murungu down-stream to its junction with the thalweg of the River Chonga; thence in a straight line to the summit of a hill(Muko), marked by BP 8, about 700 metres north-north-east of this junction; thence in a straight line in a northerly direction to the summit of the hill Chikomo (Deko South) or Katwakare, marked by BP 9; thence in a straight line to the summit of the hill Deko North; thence in a straight line to the summit of a hill (Nteko) about 3 km north by west of Deko North; thence in a straight line to the point, marked by BP 10, where the Kayonsa road crosses the River Ivi; thence in a straight line to a point marked by BP 11, about 1 km to the north of BP 10, on a prominent spur of the Nkabwa-Salambo range; thence following the crest of this spur to the summit of the hill Salambo; thence along the watershed of the Nkabwa-Salambo range to the summit of the hill Nkabwa, marked by BP 12.

From the summit of Nkabwa hill, the boundary runs in an easterly direction to the summit of the hill Kyeshero, marked by BP 12A; thence in the same straight line to the point known as Kakoraza, marked by BP 13; thence in the same straight line eastwards to the River Munyaga; thence along the thalweg of this river, downstream, to its junction with the thalweg of the River Ishasha; thence along the thalweg of the River Ishasha, downstream, to its mouth in Lake Edward; thence in a straight line in a northerly direction across Lake Edward to a point marked by BP 1 at the mouth of the River Lubiriha-Thako; thence along the thalweg of this river to a point marked by BP 2; thence along the thalweg of this river to a point marked by BP 3; thence along the thalweg of this river to a point marked by BP 4; thence along the thalweg of this river to the point where it separates into the rivers Lubiriha and Thako as marked by BP 5; thence along the thalweg of the River Thako to a point marked by BP 6; thence continuing along the thalweg of the River Thako, upstream, to its source at a point marked by BP 7; thence in a straight line to the highest point of the Rwenzori Range, the summit of Margharita Peak; thence in a straight line to the source of the River Lami, situated about 5.4 km north-west of the Peak Kalengire and about 20 km south-west of the hill-top Karangura; thence along the thalweg of the River Lami, downstream, to its junction with the thalweg of River Semliki; thence along the thalweg of the River Semliki, downstream, to its mouth in Lake Albert; thence across Lake Albert in a succession of straight lines passing through the points situated mid-way between the shores of the lake on parallels of 010 31′, 010 45′ and 020 00′ north latitude, to a point mid-way between the shores of the lake on the parallel of 020 07′ north latitude.

From this point the boundary runs in a northerly direction along the meridian for a distance of approximately 4.5 km north of the point on the parallel of 020 07′ north latitude; thence in a straight line to a point marked by BP 1 on the shore of Lake Albert and on the prolongation of a straight line from the hill Kagudi (Uduka) to the knoll Marombe on the escarpment overlooking Lake Albert about 1.7 km south-east by east of the hill Kagudi, and is about 100 metres from the lakeshore on the said straight line; thence in a straight line to BP 2 on the hill Marombe, about 2 km from the lakeshore; thence in a straight line to BP 3, on the summit of the hill Kagudi (Uduka); thence in a straight line to BP 4 on the neck of the hill Ngumuda Biet (Otal), which is about 1.04 km from the hill Kagudi; thence in a straight line to BP 5 on the hill Biet (Otal), at a distance of 3.04 km from the hill Kagudi; thence in a straight line to BP 6 on the hill Virkidi on a straight line from the hill Kagudi to the hill Biet at a distance of about 4.8 km from Kagudi; thence in a straight line to BP 7 at the intersection of a straight line from the hill Kagudi to the hill Biet and a straight line from the hill Milia to the junction of the Rivers Nashiodo and Alala, close to the River Otal on its left bank and is known as Utal; thence in a northerly direction along the meridian of BP 7 on a straight line from the hill Milia to the junction of the Rivers Nashiodo and Alala to BP 8 about 4 km from the junction of the said rivers on the hill Wellingondo; thence along the meridian to BP 9 on the hill Nyatabu (Niatabu), about 2.48 km from the junction of the said rivers; thence along the meridian to BP 10 on the hill Nyatabu II (Nitabu) about 1.2 km from the junction of the said rivers in one of the villages known as Parombo; thence along the meridian to BP 11 on the right bank of the river Nashiodo (Achodo) at its junction with the River Alala; thence along the thalweg of the river upstream to its source to BP 12 on the summit of the hill Keresi; thence along a curved line following the watershed of the river Sido basin to BP 13 on the summit of the hill Aminzi; thence in a straight line to BP 14 on the summit of the hill Kiti in a straight line from the hill Aminzi to Monda (Omunda) Rock at a distance of about 2 km from Aminzi; thence in a straight line to BP 15 on the east immediately below the summit of the rock Monda; thence in a straight line to BP 16 on the right bank of the River Niabola (Nyibola) about 15 feet above its junction with the rivers Nyarwodo (Narodo) and Niabola (Nyibola); thence along the thalweg of the river Niabola (Nyibola) to BP 17 upon the summit of the hill Agu; thence along a curved line following the watershed of the river Aioda (Ayuda) basin on BP 18 on the summit of the hill Asina about 3.44 km south-west by south from the hill Agu; thence along the watershed to BP 19 on the summit of the hill Sisi; thence along the curved line following the watershed of the river Leda to BP 20 on the summit of the hill Ajigu; at a distance of about 2.56 km north-west by west of the hill Sisi; thence along a curved line following the watershed of the river Leda basin to BP 21, at a point 2.16 km west of BP 20; thence along a curved line following the watershed to BP 22 on the knoll Okiyo situated about 4.2 km southeast by east of the summit of the hill Cho; thence along a curved line to BP 23 on a small group of rocks (Matijo) upon the watershed between the river Niagak basin and that tributary which joins the Niagak just below the confluence of the rivers Niagaka and Amoda and is about 2 km south-east by east of the hill Cho; thence along a curved line to BP 24 on a small knoll on the above described watershed at a distance of about 200 metres from the confluence of the rivers Niagak and Amoda; thence in a straight line to BP 25 on the right bank of the river Amoda (Ammodar), immediately above its confluence with the river Nyalidha, at a point about 1,600 metres south west of the summit of the hill Akar; thence along the thalweg of the river Nyalidha to BP 26 upon the Nile-Congo watershed about 6.2 km west-south-west of the summit of the hill Akar and about 5.6 km south-south-east of the hill Utzi, close to the source of the river Omithameri.

See also  Article 59 Uganda Constitution 1995

From this point the boundary follows the Nile-Congo watershed in a northerly direction to a point about 0.3 km south of the source of the river Kaia (Kaya) the tri-junction of the Uganda/Democratic Republic of Congo/Sudan International Boundaries; thence in a straight line to the source of the river Kaia (Kaya); thence along the thalweg of the river Kaia (Kaya), downstream to its confluence with the unnamed river which runs immediately south of Chei and Lodwa rocks, and then runs in a northerly direction; thence in an easterly direction in a straight line to a point on the western summit of the hill Kirwa, marked by a surface beacon; thence in a south-easterly direction in a straight line to the confluence of the rivers Adjika and Khor Nyaura (Nyawa); thence in a north-easterly direction in a straight line to a point on the top of J. Jalei, marked by a surface beacon; thence in an easterly direction to the source of the river Khor Kayo (Kayu), approximately 3/4 miles from J. Jalei; thence following the thalweg of the Khor Kayo to a point on the thalweg directly opposite the westernmost point of the foothills of the escarpment running north-west from Jebel Elengua; thence in a straight line to the westernmost point of the foothills; thence following the bottom of the foothills of this escarpment in a south-easterly, or such a line as shall exclude the riverain people below Nimule; thence following due east to the intersection of the thalweg of the river Bahr el Jebel (White Nile) with the thalweg of the river Unyama; thence along the thalweg of the river Unyuama, upstream, to a point on the thalweg along the latitude of Jebel Ebijo; thence following due east to the summit of Jebel Ebijo; thence following in the direction of Jebel Kakomera to the thalweg of the river Achwa; thence following the thalweg of the river Achwa, downstream, to the intersection of the thalweg and a straight line towards the village Lokai to the northernmost point of the bottom of Jebel Marokho; thence following the summit of Jebel Agu; thence following the summit of Jebel Ilala (Lwomwaka); thence in a straight line in a north-easterly direction to the hill (Jebel) Modole; thence following a straight line in a south-easterly direction to the most south-easterly foothills of Jebel Terenteinia; thence in a straight line in a south-easterly direction to a point on the summit of the hill (Jebel) Lonyili marked by a triangulation mark 9.Y.2; thence on bearing 44° 45′ and for a distance of 58,506 feet approximately to triangulation mark 9.Y.9; thence on bearing 44° 45′ and for a distance of 17,831 feet approximately to a triangulation mark 9.Y.8; thence on bearing 44° 45′ and for a distance of 26,945 feet to a triangulation mark 9.Y.6; thence on bearing 44° 45′ and for a distance of 17,854 feet to a triangulation mark 9.Y.5; thence on bearing 44° 45′ and for a distance of 7,320 feet to a triangulation mark 9.Y.4; thence on bearing 44° 45′ for a distance of 6,420 feet to a triangulation mark 9.Y.3; thence on bearing 44° 45′ and for a distance of 20,306 feet to a triangulation mark 9.Y.1 on the summit of the hill (Jebel) Urungo; thence on bearing 44° 45′ to a point north of Mount Zulia at a distance of 31.5 miles approximately from 9.Y.1 and which is to the tri-junction of the Uganda/Sudan/Kenya International Boundaries. From this point the boundary is defined by a series of Boundary Pillars joined by straight lines as follows; on an approximate bearing of 127° for an approximate distance of 21,500 ft. to Pillar UK 180; thence on a bearing of 1320 41′ for a distance of 4,444ft. to Pillar UK 179;
151° 51′ 14,674 ft. UK178.
217° 00 9,935 ft. UK177.
153° 39′ 11,091 ft. UK176.
116° 35′ 6,799 ft. UK175.
153° 08′ 9,457 ft. UK174.
180° 05′ 5,313ft. UK173;
193° 47′ 3,942ft. UK172;
252° 36′ 11,338ft. UK171;
175° 13′ 6,533ft. UK170;
108° 18′ 7,280ft. UK169;
136° 07′ 12,882ft. UK168;
118° 30′ 12,368ft. UK167;
184° 26′ 1,847ft. UK166;
193° 32′ 8,426ft. UK165;
195° 43′ 12,045ft. UK164;
208° 42′ 606ft. UK163;
225° 39′ 1,958ft. UK162;
244° 44′ 4,290ft. UK161;
244° 37′ 5,256ft. UK160;
186° 44′ 7,960ft. UK159;
185° 09′ 797ft. UK 158;
141° 19′ 224ft. UK 157;
105° 28′ 1,390ft. UK 156;
62° 15′ 6,590ft. UK 155;
79° 18′ 6,628ft. UK 154
79° 24′ 562ft. UK 153
98° 30′ 7,857 UK 152
86° 30′ 6,719ft. UK 151
19° 35′ 2,151ft. UK 150
54° 05′ 1,326ft. UK 149
52° 46′ 1,387ft. UK 148
84° 15′ 7,907ft. UK 147
88° 38′ 2,969ft. UK 146
93° 11′ 3,880ft. UK 145
162° 13′ 10,907ft. UK 144
169° 22′ 1,233ft. UK 143
180° 05′ 6,988ft. UK 142
276° 03′ 4,216ft. UK 141
269° 35′ 1 2,526ft. UK 140
220° 56′ 4,826ft. UK 139
213° 23′ 4,857ft. UK 138
244° 58′ 2,355ft. UK 137
262° 40′ 1,631ft. UK 136
176° 51′ 2,685ft. UK 135
71° 53′ 2,157ft. UK 134
141° 01′ 1,898ft. UK 133
73° 20′ 5,231ft. UK 132
95° 51′ 1,882ft. UK 131
107° 02′ 5,231ft. UK 130
193° 16′ 1,233ft. UK 129
164° 54′ 3,325ft. UK 128
249° 32′ 2,213ft. UK 127
248° 20′ 5,751ft. UK 126
257° 52′ 1,900ft. UK 125
131° 49′ 3,476ft. UK 124
72° 43′ 4,611ft. UK123;
81° 33′ 1,335ft. UK122;
69° 56′ 6,268ft. UK121;
68° 27′ 4,067ft. UK120;
68° 08′ 2,676ft. UK119;
108° 26′ 1,514ft. UK118;
120° 39′ 591ft. UK117;
174° 30′ 1,137ft. UK116;
177° 54′ 1,945ft. UK115;
73° 00′ 766ft. UK114;
29° 30′ 2,694ft. UK113;
79° 44′ 907ft. UK112;
66° 16′ 1,937ft. UK111;
79° 55′ 2,194ft. UK110;
145° 27′ 8,509ft. UK109;
156° 21′ 6,769ft. UK108;
135° 26′ 8,205ft. UK107;
125° 22′ 6,438ft. UK106;
129° 06′ 5,399ft. UK105;
187° 04′ 4,979ft. UK104;
190° 48′ 3,490ft. UK103;
206° 19′ 1,348ft. UK102;
90° 43′ 989ft. UK101;
19° 19′ 13,434ft. UK100;
43° 44′ 3,513ft. UK99;
72° 50′ 4,525ft. UK98;
77° 44′ 6,713ft. UK97;
91° 40′ 5,820ft. UK96;
119° 12′ 3,050ft. UK95;
137° 48′ 9,847ft. UK94;
138° 59′ 2,497ft. UK93;
166° 14′ 4,695ft. UK92;
208° 52′ 5,792ft. UK91;
109° 54′ 13,971ft. UK90;
130° 36′ 3,998ft. UK89;
189° 05′ 11,610ft. UK88;
190° 53′ 9,774ft. UK87;
173° 59′ 11,720ft. UK86;
185° 18′ 3,718ft. UK85;
185° 17′ 8,946ft. UK84;
185° 17′ 9,408ft. UK83;
214° 56′ 3,320ft. UK82;
223° 42′ 6,391ft. UK81;
234° 33′ 4,606ft. UK80;
264° 01′ 9,781ft. UK79;
305° 56′ 2,607ft. UK78B;
254° 05′ 658ft. UK78A;
166° 43′ 3,498ft. UK78;
135° 44′ 7,662ft. UK77;
147° 08′ 7,410ft. UK76;
171° 43′ 6,334ft. UK75;
212° 11′ 6,726ft. UK74;
249° 27′ 3,158ft. UK73;
181° 55′ 13,506ft. UK72;
170° 05′ 2,587ft. UK71;
129° 00′ 5,641ft. UK70;
137° 01′ 8,709ft. UK69;
165° 27′ 13,939ft. UK68;
159° 01′ 9,269ft. UK67;
174° 59′ 14,818ft. UK66;
179° 35′ 5,101ft. UK65;
172° 44′ 9,833ft. UK64;
178° 53′ 6,324ft. UK63;
148° 52′ 3,609ft. UK62;
98° 07′ 3,818ft. UK61;
124° 01′ 5,022ft. UK60;
122° 27′ 284ft. UK59;
147° 13′ 4,281ft. UK58;
157° 07′ 5,115ft. UK57;
66° 06′ 6,710ft. UK56;
107° 46′ 9,418ft. UK55;
117° 32′ 4,055ft. UK54;
151° 38′ 10,044ft. UK53;
131° 09′ 6,896ft. UK52;
171° 33′ 7,589ft. UK51;
185° 03′ 3,500ft. UK50;
181° 55′ 6,136ft. UK49;
177° 35′ 11,141ft. UK48;
156° 20′ 4,169ft. UK47;
142° 05′ 3,944ft. UK46;
175° 32′ 7,091ft. UK45;
170° 00′ 21,063ft. UK44;
112° 40′ 13,232ft. UK43;
119° 36′ 3,082ft. UK42;
160° 39′ 14,972ft. UK41;
105° 33′ 5,819ft. UK40;
87° 07′ 6,099ft. UK39;
98° 58′ 2,741ft. UK38;
32° 32′ 6,258ft. UK37;
120° 25′ 2,826ft. UK36;
157° 06′ 3,252ft. UK35;
113° 29′ 3,665ft. UK34;
106° 38′ 2,097ft. UK33;
109° 05′ 1,927ft. UK32;
119° 28′ 2,032ft. UK31;
154° 27′ 4,336ft. UK30;
156° 57′ 7,396ft. UK29;
74° 05′ 4,234ft. UK28;
140° 39′ 3,143ft. UK27;
159° 12′ 1,522ft. UK26;
159° 02′ 1,137ft. UK25;
162° 28′ 6,582ft. UK24;
164° 56′ 11,085ft. UK23;
173° 19′ 6,900ft. UK22;
181° 26′ 2,542ft. UK21;
191° 10′ 3,580ft. UK20;
190° 36′ 12,898ft. UK19;
133° 27′ 7,521ft. UK18;
161° 49′ 6,006ft. UK17;
162° 32′ 4,634ft. UK16;
136° 59′ 17,307ft. UK15;
157° 19′ 6,478ft. UK14;
145° 56′ 9,097ft. UK13;
128° 23′ 7,482ft. UK12;
79° 21′ 3,788ft. UK11;
6° 50′ 6,123ft. UK10;
75° 11′ 5,044ft. UK9;
144° 31′ 2,289ft. UK8;
169° 05′ 14,429ft. UK7;
165° 40′ 12,000ft. UK6;
92° 56′ 7,352ft. UK5;
160° 24′ 1,785ft. UK4;
167° 20′ 4,482ft. UK3;
158° 00′ 10,395ft. UK2;
86° 07′ 2,112ft. UK1;
situated on the east bank of the River Kanamuton at Map Reference YT 1773 (Sheet NA-36-8); thence following a straight line up the centre to the top of the pass known as Karamuroi (Pokot) or Karithakol (Karamojong); thence southerly following a straight line to the hillock called Lokula; thence south-easterly following a straight line to a beacon at the highest point of the ridge known as Kariemakaris; thence continuing following a straight line, still southerly, to the foot of the western spur of the hill known as Aoruma, and following the foot of that spur to a beacon; thence in a generally southerly direction following straight lines to the westernmost end of the small hillock known as Lewi Lewi, to the hillock known as Sumemerr (known to the Pokot as Sumaremar) to the hillock Morumeri, to the hill known as Kauluk, across the Kanyangareng River to Nongalitaba Hill, across the Kunyao River to the small hillock known as Lokwamor, to the hillock known as Kokas, to Korkurao Hill; thence to Sagat Hill and along the highest points of the rocky ridge (forming a continuation of Mount Riwa and known collectively by the Karamojong as Kogipie) known severally as Sagat (Karamojong) or Kogipie(Pokot), Moruebu and Karenyang; thence to the summit of the hill Muregogoi; thence following a straight line to the source of the River Maragat; thence by the centre of the River Maragat to its confluence with the river Maron; thence south-westerly by the foot of the north-western slopes of Kassauria Hill to the western extremity of that hill; thence following a straight line south-easterly to the north-eastern extremity of Mount Riwa; thence following the foot of the eastern portion of Mount Riwa to the source of the Kanyerus River (marked by a large tree); thence south-easterly following a line of cairns, approximately in a straight line to the confluence of the River Bukwa (Kibukwa) with the River Suam (Swam); thence following the thalweg of the River Suam, upstream, to the point where the more north-westerly of the two streams forming the River Suam (Swam) or Turkwell emerges from the crator of Mount Elgon; thence following a straight line south-westerly to the highest point of Mount Elgon (Sudek).

See also  Article 237-245 Uganda Constitution 1995

From this point, the boundary continues following a straight line in a north-westerly direction to the Wagagai summit of Mount Elgon; thence following a straight line, south-westerly, to the source of the River Lwakhakha (also known as the Malaba); thence following the thalweg of the River Malaba to its intersection with the eastern side of the Majanji-Busia-Tororo road at Map Reference XR 2765 (Sheet NA-36-15); thence in a south-westerly direction following a line on the east side of and 100 feet distant from and parallel to the centre line of the said road to its intersection with the River Okame at Map Reference XR 2458 (Sheet NA-36-15); thence upstream following the thalweg of the River Okame to its confluence with the River Alupe; thence upstream following the thalweg of the River Alupe to a point at Map Reference XR 2453 (Sheet NA-36-15) marked by a boundary cairn; thence following successively in a southwesterly direction, a number of boundary cairns at distances from each other of 55o feet, 1226 feet, 959 feet, 976 feet, 1007 feet, 580 feet, 1512 feet, 463 feet, 2364 feet (on the northern side of the main Busia-Mumias road) and 1436 feet at the source of the River Sango at Map Reference XR 2251 (Sheet NA-36-15); thence downstream following the thalweg of the River Sango to its confluence with the River Sio; thence following the thalweg of the River Sio to its mouth in Lake Victoria. From this point, the boundary continues following a straight line south-westerly to the most northerly point of Sumba Island; thence by the western and south-western shores of that island to its most southerly point; thence following a straight line south-easterly to the most westerly point of Mageta Island; thence following a straight line, still southerly, to the most western point of Kiringiti Island; thence following a straight line southerly to the most westerly point of Ilemba Island; thence following a straight line southerly to the westernmost point of Pyramid Island; thence following a straight line due south to a point on latitude 01000’S.

See also  Article 39 Uganda Constitution 1995

From this point the boundary continues following the 01000’S parallel to the western shore of Lake Victoria; thence following the boundary pillars already erected along the 01000’S as far as the second crossing of this line by the River Kagera, between boundary pillars Nos. 27 and 26; thence following the thalweg of the River Kagera, upstream, to its confluence with the River Kakitumba; thence following the thalweg of the River Kakitumba, upstream, to its confluence with the River Chizinga; hence following the River Chizinga, upstream, to the source of its south-western branch marked by BP 38, and continuing along the thalweg in a south-westerly direction to BP 37 on the saddle between the hills Mavari and Kitoff; thence north-westerly in a straight line to a direction pillar on a knoll at the foot of the easterly spur of Kitoff; thence in a straight line along the easterly spur of Kitoff to a direction pillar; thence in a straight line to a direction pillar on the south-easterly spur of Kitoff; thence in a straight line to BP 36 on the prominent southerly spur of Kitoff; thence continuing around the slopes of the hill Kitoff marked by direction pillars to BP 35 and by direction pillars along the westerly spur of Kitoff and in a series of straight lines to BP 34; thence continuing to BPs 33 and 32 along the eastern slopes of the Mashuri range marked at each change of direction by a direction pillar as far as BP 31 on a conspicuous small hill; thence in a straight line in a south-easterly direction to another conspicuous small hill marked by a direction pillar; thence in a straight line across the River Muvumba to the southern summit of the hill Ndega (Mbega) marked by BP 30; thence in a straight line to a direction pillar in the valley between the hills Ndega and Kivisa; thence in a straight line to a direction pillar on the northern spur of the hill Kivisa; thence in along the spur of this hill to its summit marked by BP 29; thence continuing along a very conspicuous water parting to the top of the hill Magumbizi marked by BP 28; thence along a line marked by direction pillars following the long easterly spur of the hill Nebishagara to its summit marked by BP 27; thence along the crest of the conspicuous westerly Spur to a direction pillar; thence in a straight line to a direction pillar on a conspicuous knoll in the valley; thence along the crest of a spur leading south-west and south to the summit of the hill Kitanga marked by a direction pillar; thence in a straight line to the summit of the conspicuous small hill Nyakara marked by a direction pillar; thence in a straight line marked by a direction pillar in the valley to BP 26 on the northern crest of the hill Kabimbiri; thence along the crest in a southerly direction to the top of Kabimbiri marked by BP 25; thence along the crest of this hill in a north-westerly direction, marked by direction pillars to BP 24; thence down the crest of a prominent spur to BP 23 at its foot, as more particularly delineated on Uganda 1/50,000 sheet 94/3 (Series Y 732). The boundary then crosses the Kamuganguzi or Murinda swamp and follows the thalweg of the Kiruruma swamp to a direction pillar at the edge of that swamp and thence to BP 22 on a conspicuous knoll; thence in a west-south-westerly direction marked by direction pillars along the spur of the hill Kisibo to its summit marked by BP 21; thence in a straight line to BP 20 in the valley east of the hill Sanja; thence in a straight line to the top of the hill Sanja marked by BP 19; thence in a straight line to the top of the hill Akasiru marked by a direction pillar; thence in a straight line to BP 18 which is situated 4 km north-west of the summit of the hill Gwassa; thence in a straight line to the source of the River Kiruruma marked by BP 17; thence following the thalweg of the River Kiruruma (Bigaga) downstream to BP 16 at its confluence with the River Mugera (Narugwambu); thence in straight line due west marked by a direction pillar to BP 15; thence along the crest of the Vugamba range by direction pillar to BP 14 on the hill Maberemere; thence by direction pillars to BP 13 on the most northerly point of the range; thence by direction pillars to the hill Kanyaminyenya marked by BP 12; thence continuing along the crest of the Vugamba range to its southern summit marked by BP 11; thence in a straight line to BP 10 on the top of the hill Lugendabare; thence in a straight line to BP 9 on the hill Namujera; thence in a curved line marked by BPs 8, 7, 6, 5 and 4 to the summit of the hill Musonga (East) marked by BP 3 as more particularly delineated on Uganda 1/50,000 sheet 93/4 (Series Y 732). The boundary continues along the crest of this hill in a south-westerly direction marked by a direction pillar to BP 2 situated between the hills Nyarubebsa and Musongo and on the track leading southwards; thence to the summit of the hill Nyarubebsa markedby a direction pillar; thence in a south-westerly direction along the spur referred toas the Mulemule-Musongo spur to the highest point of Muhabura; thence along thewatershed from the highest point of Muhabura to the highest point of Mugahinga;thence in a westerly direction to BP 1 on the north-south track running betweenMugahinga and Sabyinyo; thence along the watershed to the highest point ofMountSabyinyo the point of commencement.

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