SABASSAJJA SIR EDWARD FREDERICK WILLIAM DAVID WALUGEMBE MUTEBI LUWANGULA MUTESA II AND THE REALITIES OF LIFE:

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SABASSAJJA SIR EDWARD FREDERICK WILLIAM DAVID WALUGEMBE MUTEBI LUWANGULA MUTESA II AND THE REALITIES OF LIFE:

WIVES (9) TRIBE OFFSPRING (18)
NESTA M. RUGUMAYO MUTOORO Prince (Kiweewa) Robert Masamba Kimera
Sarah Nalule KISOSONKOLE MUGANDA Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II

Prince (Omulangira) Richard Walugembe Bamweyana

Prince (Omulangira) Patrick Nakibinge

Edith Kasozi MUGANDA Prince (Omulangira) Suuna Frederick Wampamba

Princess (Omumbejja) Alice Mpologoma Zaalwango

Damali Nnakawombe Kisosonkole MUGANDA Prince (Omulangira) Henry Kalemeera

Prince (Omulangira) Katabaazi Mukarukidi

Princess (Omumbejja) Dorothy Kabonesa Namukaabya, Nassolo

Muzaana Nalwooga MUGANDA Prince (Omulangira) George Michael Ndawula
Prince (Omulangira) Daudi Golooba
Princess Kaakako Rwanchwende MUNYANKORE Prince (Omulangira) Herbert Kateregga
Princess Winifred Keihangwe MUNYANKORE Prince (Omulangira) Daudi Kintu Wasajja
Beatrice Kabasweka. MUTORO Princess (Omumbejja) Dina Kigga Mukarukidi
Kate Ndagire MUGANDA Princess (Omumbejja) Anne Sarah Kagere Nandawula

Princess (Omumbejja) Catherine Agnes Nabaloga,

? ? Princess (Omumbejja) Diana Balizza Muggale Teyeggala
? KIKUYU Princess (Omumbejja) Stella Ndagire

About ekitibwakyabuganda

Ba Ssebo ne ba Nyabo, Twebaza Abaganda bonna abulumulirwa Obuganda . Era twebaza ne mikwano gya Buganda gyonna wonna wegiri munsi yonna. Omukutu guno gwatandikibwawo nga e’kigendererwa kwe kuyigiriza abantu ebintu ebikwatagana no’Buganda era nokuwanyisiganya ebilowozo nebanaffe abatali Baganda. Abaganda ne mikwano gya Buganda mukozese omukisa guno muwereze ebirowozo byamwe no’bubaka bwona obunaagasa Abaganda na’baana Buganda berizala mu maaso eyo. Obumu ku bubaka obuwerezebwa ku mukutu guno bugyibwa mukuwanyisiganya ebirowozo okubera kumukutu gwa Ugandan’s at Heart (UAH) Forum ogwatandikibwawo Mwami Abbey Kibirige Semuwemba. Era twebaza muzukulu wa Kintu ne Nnambi ono olw’omulimu gwakoledde bana Uganda bonna abali e’bunayira mungeri yo kubagatta mu byempuliziganya no’kutumbula okukolaganira awamu.

8 responses »

  1. Otto,

    You’re letting your imagination run away with you and, along with it, the truth.
    The two ladies you refer to as having been granddaughters of a muhima–Damali and Sarah Kisosonkole, DID NOT have such a grandmother. And that’s a fact..
    Where and why do you cook up these stories? By the way, you seem to be very creative about Buganda in your postings.

    Why don’t you entertain us–sorry, educate us–a little bit about your ethnic group?
    And which is what, exactly?

    James Bassude

  2. Mr Basudde,

    You say: “Damali and Sarah Kisosonkole, DID NOT have such a grandmother. And that’s a fact..
    Where and why do you cook up these stories?”

    The lady whose existence you are denying was Nyakazaana, the wife of Zakariya Kiwanuka Sensalire, and together, they were the parents of Ham Mukasa Rwamujonjoza (1871-1956), one of the greatest sons of Buganda. Ham Mukasa as you know was the Sekibobo of Buganda (i.e., the Chief of Kyaggwe), the longest serving chief in the history of Buganda.

    Zakariya Kiwanuka Sensalire was himself a descendant of a long line of Sensalires, i.e. heads of the balalo clan of Njovu who are known to have gained prominence right from the days of Kabaka Kintu as the official balaalo. Up to now, it remains the duty of the Njovu clan to educate every new Kabaka on the art of bulaalo (herding). Like other balaalo, Sensalire married from among his fellow Bahima, hence the Nyakazaana whose existence you are now denying.

    Nyakazaana, a Muhima, was the mother of Ham Mukasa as we have seen. Ham Mukasa, with his first wife Anna Mawemuko, then went ahead to father Victoria Sarah Nalwanga (b. 1910). Nalwanga was the mother of the two Kisosonkoles, Sarah and Damali, the wives of Kabaka Edward Mutesa II. Ok?

    Sarah Kisosonkole, (the great grand daughter of Nyakazana), was Kabaka Mutebi’s mother. The Kiganda version of the Hima name, Nakazana has stuck around up to now. Kabaka Mutebi’s first Namasole was known as Edith Nakazana. She passed away recently in London, I think on 02 Sep 2008. Ontegedde?

    And now, you, James Basudde, are you connected in anyway to David S. Bassude of the Bataka Federation of the 1920s? I have been intending to ask you.

    Lance Corporal (Rtd) Otto Patrick

  3. oi! Ottobikozebitya! Stop confusing people and kusumagizaring them into thinking that you are some kind of authority on ALL things Hamu Mukasa and issue of Sir Edward Muteesa II related. You are not! EVERY1 close to those two families knows that above all else, Sara and Damali Kisosonkole had ONLY 2 children each. RESPECT people’s families and lineages for Christ’s sake! What do people want from these people!! They were just born to their parents and families, they did not pick them, campaign for them or demand for them. Why is it that they are picked at and abused at every single point. Is the same thing being done to your mother. GET A LIFE or YOUR FACTS RIGHT.

  4. Lance Corporal…… we are tired of this reference to the army, ranks etc. Talk about people you actaully know! Its amazing how spend alot of your time trying to change history!

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