I was attending the local church prayer meeting with a number of our Ugandan friends in Nyamabuga Village in Western Uganda. They hold it outdoors by a campfire. The sky was beautiful even though clouds were near the Eastern horizon and there was a light layer of clouds/haze overhead. The truly amazing thing was the Milky Way, under these very good no-ground-light pollution conditions, was actually causing sky glow. The prayer meeting lasted 4 hours, so I had plenty of opportunity to glance skyward and mentally remember what I had seen. Early the next morning I recorded the scene as best as I could, including the measurements that I had done with my hands.
I have NEVER seen the sky lighted by the Milky Way like this -- even at the Wester border of Virginia in the Appalachians where the sky maps show "black" for no light pollution. You can see my notes, which speak for themselves.
The view of the sketch is looking southeast. The top of the sketch is about zenith. The nearest true city is Kampala, which is 4 hour drive away. The other towns that are closer are small and not lighted at night (except in rare cases).