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    2016inReview: The Top 16 Most Popular Ugandan Residential Areas in 2016

    2016inReview: The Top 16 Most Popular Ugandan Residential Areas in 2016

    By Staff Writer

    Where did most Ugandans desire to live in 2016? It turns out there are certain popular suburbs that most Ugandans prided in living there or having aspirations to shift to those locations. Which were those residential areas? Worry no more, these are the 16 most popular Ugandan suburbs of 2016:

    1. Kisaasi

    2. Naalya

    3. Bugolobi

    4. Mutungo

    5. Bunga

    6. Muyenga

    7. Bukoto

    8. Wandegeya

    9. Kiwatule

    10. Kyaliwajjala-Namugongo

    11. Najjera

    12. Namasuba-Zanna

    13. Gayaza-Matugga

    14. Kireka-Bweyogerere

    15. Ntinda

    16. Sseeta-Mukono

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