Synonyms for ibanda or Related words with ibanda

nwoya              mukono              moroto              rukungiri              bushenyi              kaabong              kitui              wakiso              mbinga              kotido              nebbi              kyenjojo              koboko              ntungamo              murang              ntoroko              mubende              kitgum              kiruhura              serere              bugiri              arua              kiboga              maracha              rubirizi              adjumani              masaka              vihiga              mpigi              butambala              pallisa              kaberamaido              bungoma              oyam              kapchorwa              hoima              katakwi              kibaale              kgatleng              kamwenge              dedza              budaka              ludewa              kasese              mandera              kisoro              amudat              masindi              kimilili              kwale             



Examples of "ibanda"
It is located in Ibanda District on Mbarara Ibanda road approximately north of Mbarara and South of Ibanda town.
St. John Fisher Ibanda Secondary School is a Ugandan Catholic boys-only boarding secondary school, located in the town of Ibanda in the Ibanda District of the Western Region.
Ibanda District is a district in the Western Region of Uganda. The town of Ibanda is the site of the district headquarters.
Ibanda District was created on 1 July 2005, by elevating Ibanda County, formerly part of Mbarara District, to full district status.
The Nyakahita–Kazo–Kamwenge–Fort Portal Road is a road in the Western Region of Uganda, connecting the towns of Nyakahita and Kazo in Kiruhura District, Ibanda in Ibanda District, Kamwenge in Kamwenge District, and Fort Portal in Kabarole District.
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Ibanda is a town in the Western Region of Uganda. It is the main political, administrative, and commercial centre of Ibanda District and the site of the district headquarters.
Ibanda is a commune in Bukavu, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
On 19 May 1905 As a newly appointed officer, Galt forced the local people to carry him on head from Fort Portal to Ibanda. When the people got tired they requested him to let them rest but he refused and ordered them not to rest until they reach Ibanda as he insisted "Paka Banda" trying to speak the native language Runyankole, meaning "Up to Ibanda".
He was born to Acaali Simon Kalenzi and Akiiki Teresa Matama. He attended St. Mary’s Demonstration School in Kinyamasika, about , by road, south of downtown Fort Potal, from Primary 1 to Primary 4. He relocated to Ibanda Demonstration School, in Ibanda, Ibanda District for his Primary 5 to Primary 7. He then returned to Fort Portal for middle and high school at St. Leo’s College, Kyegobe.
The following additional points of interest lie in Ibanda town or close to its borders:
Igorora is a town in Ibanda District, Greater Mbarara region, Ankole sub-region, Western Uganda.
The Ibanda Game Reserve is a game reserve established in 1974 in Tanzania. The site has an area of .
The town has been developed into a town council, making it the second town council in Ibanda District.
Ibanda District is bordered by Kamwenge District to the west and north, Kiruhura District to the east, Mbarara District and Buhweju District to the south, and Rubirizi District to the southwest. The district headquarters at Ibanda are located approximately , by road, northwest of Mbarara, the largest city in the Ankole sub-region.
The local people carried him up to Katooma, 3 km from Ibanda before the Kagongo Catholic Church where he stopped and rested in a Government house.
It is located in Mbarara District on Mbarara Ibanda road approximately north of Mbarara, the Largest city in the region and North of Bwizibwera the nearest town.
There is one major hospital, Ibanda Hospital, administered by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mbarara. The hospital has an affiliated school for enrolled midwives and nurses.
Bwizibwera is located approximately , by road, northwest of Mbarara city the largest city in the Western Region, Uganda on Ibanda road.
Patrick Guillaume Ibanda (born September 5, 1978) is a Cameroonian football player, currently playing in Ukraine for FC Feniks-Illichovets Kalinine.