- Aggrey Awori - Former Ugandan Minister of Information Technology and former Member of Uganda's Parliament
- John Garang (R.I.P.) - Former Vice President of Sudan and former Leader of Southern Sudan
- Lt. Col David Oyite Ojok (R.I.P.) - Former Army Chief of Staff UNLA
- James Wapakhabulo (R.I.P.) - Former Foreign Minister of Uganda
- James Munange Ogoola - Acting Justice of the Supreme Court of Uganda
- Dr. Joseph E. Buwembo - Senior Consultant Neurosurgeon, Regina General Hospital, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
- Wamwa Jackson - ICT & Statistical Consultant, Uganda.
- Dr. Beatrice Wabudeya - Minister for Kampala Capital City Authority in the Ugandan Cabinet
- Davis Wamawungo (LLM) - Country Program Manager, International Programs, World Vision, Australia.
- Dr.Bisagaya Martin Allan- Livestock Specialist, Uganda
- Isaac Wanasolo - MPhil. in Development Studies - GIS Teaching Assistant at Norwegian University of Science and Technology & GIS Consultant, Oslo, Norway.
- Tony Butali - MBA, University of Leicester UK. Consultant, Housing Finance Uganda.
Alex George Gyabi- MBA Cardiff Metropolitan University (UK)
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