The win means that the Nigerian men's basketball team have progressed into round two of the qualifiers.
The Ike Diogu-led side needing a win to top the group got off to a perfect start as they took the first quarter 25-18.
They also took the second quarter with a 28-19 score to head into the halftime break with a 16 point lead (53-37).
Despite being a low-scoring quarter, D’Tigers did not take their foot off the gas in the third winning 14-8.
The Ugandan’s hopes of a comeback in the fourth quarter was dashed as D’Tigers also clinched it 28-24 to end the encounter 95-69.
Diogu capped what has been an impressive tournament with 27 points, 10 rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block with a +34 efficiency rating.
In the other group encounter, Mali beat Cape Verde 64-58 to record their second win of the competition to sit second in Group A behind Nigeria also on five points while Uganda and Cape Verde recorded one win.