Antonios, like his comrade in arms Martin Ssempa in Uganda, has called for the death penalty.
It is also the largest (and probably fastest-growing) NGO in Uganda.
But facing defeat in the American culture wars, The Family and its ilk looked elsewhere—including to Uganda.
In a hair-raising series of events, he was able to get a ticket to the United States and get out of Uganda.
The airplane landed at Entebbe, Uganda, and 105 Jewish and Israeli hostages were taken.
We were at the western terminus of the Uganda Railway—the last railroad piercing Africa in that direction.
On the second day after the fight our men occupied Rubaga, the capital of Uganda.
Ah—I don't know that I'm particularly enthusiastic about Uganda.
Those of Uganda and Tanganyika were mere jungle in comparison.
Uganda is a vital spot for the English, and a blow there will make their whole fabric shiver.
from Swahili u "land, country" + Ganda, indigenous people name, of unknown origin.
Landlocked nation on Lake Victoria in east-central Africa, bordered by Tanzania and Rwanda to the south, Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Sudan to the north, and Kenya to the east. Its capital and largest city is Kampala.
Note: From 1971 to 1979, Uganda was ruled by the notorious military strongman Idi Amin. It is estimated that Amin killed as many as 300,000 Ugandans through internal purges and campaigns of terror before he was overthrown.
Note: Under Amin, Uganda was a sponsor of international terrorism. In 1976, a French airliner was hijacked and flown to Entebbe Airport outside Kampala. An Israeli commando unit subsequently rescued the hostages in a sensational raid.