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Image sent by John Duncan McMeekin, 19 May 2010
Attached is an image of the Arua District in Uganda.
John Duncan McMeekin, 19 May 2010
This is not to doubt John McMeekin, but rather to add a piece of "hard evidence"
of the existence of the flag of Arua which is shown
Chrystian Kretowicz, 22 May 2010
I recently found the District Flag of Kapchorwa District (one of 55
Districts in Uganda), this flag is seen flying beside the Uganda Flag.
In order to check it, visit this
The flag is composed of five horizontal bands: light-green over yellow over red over white over light or pale blue, the flag is composed as follows:
light-green, and light-blue the same width, the central yellow band is half the width of the green or light blue, the upper half is yellow whilst the lower half is split into two equal bands of red over white. The flag proportions look like being 2:3.
I had no idea that the Districts of Uganda had flags, but this flag now proves me wrong.
John McMeekin, 21 Feb 2005
Well, though the idea of 55 so far unknown sub-national flags is appealing,
what makes us think this is the District flag, instead of just the flag of
"something", flown in the district?
Image by Valentin Poposki and Ivan Sache, 26 Feb 2021
The flag of Koboko district has three equal horizontal stripes of yellow, white
and green with the district emblem in the centre as can be seen
Ivan Sache, 26 Feb 2021