|Republic of Uganda Jamhuri ya Uganda (Swahili)|
|Government||Unitary dominant-party presidential republic|
|• President||Yoweri Museveni|
|• Vice-President||Edward Ssekandi|
What is the main religion in Uganda?
Uganda is a religiously diverse nation with Christianity being the most widely professed faith. According to the 2014 census, over 84 percent of the population was Christian while about 14 percent of the population adhered to Islam, making it the largest minority religion.
What tribes are Eastern Uganda?
Eastern Lacustrine peoples include the Baganda (whose language is Luganda), the Basoga, the Bagisu, and many smaller societies in Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya. The Buganda make up the largest ethnic group in Uganda, though they represent only 16.7% of the population.