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The largest Nilotic populations in Uganda are the Iteso and Karamojong ethnic groups, who speak Eastern Nilotic languages, and the Acholi, Langi, and Alur, who speak Western Nilotic languages.Central Sudanic languages, which arrived in Uganda from the north over a period of centuries, are spoken by the Lugbara, the Madi, and a few small groups in the northwestern part of the country. The population was about twenty-three million in mid-1999.Rwandans, who constituted almost 6 percent of the population (more than one million) in the late 1950s, included Hutu and Tutsi groups.The government attempted to limit Rwandan influence by restricting those who lacked Ugandan citizenship to refugee camps and expelling some to Tanzania.After independence and especially when the Obote government threatened to nationalize many industries in 1969, Asians exported much of their wealth and were accused of graft and tax evasion.President Idi Amin deported about seventy thousand Asians in 1972, and only a few returned in the 1980s to claim their expropriated land, buildings, factories, and estates.
The Baganda, the largest ethnic group, account for about 17 percent of the population, or approximately 3.9 million people.About 10,000 Ugandans of Sudanese descent are classified as Nubians.They are descendants of Sudanese military recruits who came in the late nineteenth century as part of the colonial army.In the 1990s, there were about ten thousand Asians in the country. Introduced by the British in the late nineteenth century, English was the language of colonial administration.After independence, it became the official language, used in government, commerce, and education.
In the late 1980s, more than 120,000 Rwandans were recognized as refugees.