Famous Ugandans Part 2

Following on from Famous Ugandans part 1 here are some more well known Ugandans. 1.Kathlene Grace Noble Is the first person to represent Uganda in the Olympic games 2020 Tokoyo as a rower in the Olympics. Kathlene was born in Uganda to American parents who migrated to Uganda as missionaries. Kathlene spent her early years in Uganda and then in 2013 she left Uganda and in 2014 she began studying at the prestigious Princeton University and then completing a degree in Ecology and evolutionary biology. She is currently based in the state of Utah and works within huntsman cancer institute in salt lake city. Before the 2020 Olympics in 2012, Katherine represented Uganda in Istanbul in the swimming championship. She also played volleyball and was chosen to represent her past school, the international school of Uganda. 2.EDDIE KENZO Arguably Uganda's most famous international music success with worldwide hits such as sti to lo, gaining several music awards including MTV, BET awards, etc. He's been around from 2008-present also responsible for mentoring and helping acts such as the ghetto kids who are a famous musical dance group from Uganda. https://www.instagram.com/ghettokids_tfug/?hl=en 3. John Sentamu ohn Tucker Mugabi Sentamu is the 97th Archbishop of York, Metropolitan of the province of York, and Primate of England. This is a very high and prestigious position as the first Black archbishop in the church of England. He was born and spent his early years in Uganda, although he fled Uganda in 1974 speaking out against Idi Amin Uganda, where he even spent a short jail term for publicly speaking out against the president at the time Idi Amina who also fled Uganda in 1979 and went in exile in Saudi Arabia where he passed in 2003. Once John Sentamu arrived in the UK he dedicated his life to the Anglican faith, he went on to gain a doctorate in 1984 in Selwyn College Cambridge. In 2005 he landed the position of the Archbishop of york. Can you think of more famous Ugandans?

Famous Ugandans Part 2