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    Wish I had discovered InterNations before I relocated to Kenya. It's really helpful on both a private and a professional level.

InterNations - A Great Place for Ugandans in Nairobi

Karibu & hello to all of our Ugandans in Nairobi! Would you like to meet Ugandan expats in Nairobi? No matter whether you are looking to find reliable information or simply want to get advice from fellow Ugandans in Nairobi, our Ugandan members will be able to tell you where to watch your favorite team’s next match on TV, or where to find the best luwombo in Nairobi.

We welcome you to join the InterNations community of Ugandans abroad. The members of the vibrant Ugandan expat community come from Kampala, Jinja, Entebbe and many others places in Uganda!

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    From Uganda, living in Nairobi
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    From Uganda, living in Nairobi
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    From Uganda, living in Nairobi
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    From Uganda, living in Nairobi
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Meet fellow Ugandans at our events in Nairobi

Attend our monthly events and activities and join various interest-based groups to get to know like-minded expatriates and fellow Ugandans in Nairobi.

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Forum Posts by Ugandans in Nairobi

Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow Ugandans in our Nairobi expat forums.

  • Get togethers
    11 replies
    Nov 10, 3:09 PM
    Community member

    Dear all, nice to see there is a lot of interest, thanks to Justo for arranging an upgrade of the event! Iit seems that this means that invitations (and an automatic reminder from me) are going …

  • new traffic regulation????
    3 replies
    Aug 15, 4:52 PM
    Community member

    Agreed Becky. I was pulled over 11 times in my 5 months there. Arrested twice and taken to central once. Never paid a bribe though. It takes a LOT of talking to get out of a bribe, and I was asked …

  • Warning against a Kenyan female thief
    1 reply
    Aug 21, 7:30 AM
    Community member

    We sent Ksh 10 by M-pesa just to establish the real name registered to the thief's telephone number and we found out that he is Helen. So, please beware of Helen from Kenya seeking for short term …

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Share your Experience and Provide Tips to other Ugandans in Nairobi

At InterNations, Ugandans in Nairobi can enjoy a platform on which they can share their experiences and tips on living abroad. The "Green City In The Sun" has a great community of Ugandans that can help you make the most of your expat experience.

  • Surf through our network of Ugandan expats in Nairobi and get to know the local expat crowd.
  • Join today to receive trustworthy, first-hand advice from fellow Ugandans in our Nairobi forum.
  • Take full advantage of the Expat Guide for Nairobi and find useful information on your new hometown.

Meet up and Mingle with Ugandans in Nairobi at our International Events

The InterNations community in Nairobi is also a very lively offline network. Our regular expat events organized by our Ambassadors at the best venues in town are a fantastic way to meet fellow Ugandans in Nairobi. The possibilities for interacting offline are sure to satisfy a wide range of tastes, from a hip dining experience in one of Nairobi’s trendy restaurants to a joint trip to the Great Rift Valley of Central Kenya. Our InterNations events and activities are a great way to get to know other Ugandan expats in your city and Ugandans in Kenya. Interested? Then simply sign up to become a member and you will soon be warmly welcomed among our Ugandans living in Nairobi.