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    2016inReview: The Top 16 Ugandan Radio Stations in 2016

    2016inReview: The Top 16 Ugandan Radio Stations in 2016

    By Staff Writer

    We tasked our readers to reveal to us the radio stations they listened to the most in 2016. A number of answers came in, and we can confirm without doubt that the majority voted according to these rankings.

    These were the most popular Ugandan radio stations in 2016.

    1. Galaxy FM

    2. Capital FM

    3. KFM

    4. Hot 100

    5. Radiocity

    6. 107 Salt FM

    7. Sanyu FM

    8. Akaboozi Ku Biri

    9. Dembe FM

    10. Super FM

    11. Simba FM

    12. XFM

    13. Radio One

    14. Beat FM

    15. CBS FM

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