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The Prime Minister is the Ugandan head of government.
The position of Prime Minister was first used in Uganda after independence was declared in 1962. A republic was formed in 1963 with Mutesa II as president by prime minister Milton Obote. In 1966, Obote suspended the constitution and declared himself president. The post was restored in 1980.
|Name||Took Office||Left Office||Party|
|Benedicto Kiwanuka (RIP)||2 July 1961||1 March 1962||DP|
|Benedicto Kiwanuka (RIP)||1 March 1962||30 April 1962||DP|
|Milton Obote||30 April 1962||15 April 1966||UPC|
|Otema Allimadi||18 December 1980||27 July 1985||UPC|
|Paulo Muwanga||1 August 1985||25 August 1985||n/p|
|Abraham Waligo||25 August 1985||26 January 1986||n/p|
|Samson Kisekka (RIP)||30 January 1986||22 January 1991||NRM|
|George Cosmas Adyebo (RIP)||22 January 1991||18 November 1994||NRM|
|Kintu Musoke (RIP)||18 November 1994||5 April 1999||NRM|
|Apolo Nsibambi||5 April 1999||Present||NRM|