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Kabaka Mutebi,Nabagereka and their Daughter

1969 –   H.M. Kabaka Ronald Edward Frederick Muwenda Mutebi II Kimera, Kabaka of Buganda. b. at the Mulago Hospital, Kampala, 12th April 1955, eldest son of Major-General H.H. Edward Frederick William David Walugembe Mutebi Luwangula Mutesa II, Kabaka of Buganda, KBE, by Abakyala Sarah Nalule, Omuzaana Kabejjaeduc. Budo Junior Sch, Millbrook Sch, Oxford, King’s Mead Sch, Seaford, Sussex, Bradfield Coll, Reading, Berks, the North London Polytechnic, and Trinity Coll, Cambridge. Appointed as Heir Apparent by his father, 6th August 1966. Assoc. Editor of “African Concord”, Mbr. Executive Cttee. ANC. Succeeded on the death of his father as Head of the Royal House of Buganda, 21st November 1969. Returned to Uganda 1986. Proclaimed at Budo on the restoration of the Ugandan kingdoms, 24th July 1993. Crowned at Budo, 31st July 1993. Has assumed the additional name of Kimera, together with the style of His Majesty. Patron and Chief Trustee Buganda Cultural and Development Fndn (BUCADEF) since 1996. Patron of the Kabaka Fndn, Buganda Development Agency (BDA), Monkton Fndn, etc. Chair Rexba Ltd. Sovereign of the Order of the Shield and Spears. m. (first) at St Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe, 27th August 1999, H.M. Abakyala Sylvia Nagginda (styled Nnabagareka) (b. at London, September 1964), educ. Lake Victoria Primary Sch, Gayaza Junior Sch, Wanyange Girl’s Sch, City Univ of New York, New York Univ (BA), and New York Inst of Technology (NYIT) (MA), New York, USA, sometime Researcher at UN HQ in New York, Research Consultant at the World Bank in Washington DC and as an independent business development and PR consultant, Founder and Chair Nnabagareka Development Fndn (NDF) since 2000, Patron and Dir of the Kampala Ballet & Modern Dance Sch (KB&MDS) since 2004, Christian Children’s Fund (CCF) Uganda, Special Olympics Uganda, and Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA), etc, daughter of John Mulumba Luswata, of Nkumba-Entebbe, of the Musu clan, by his wife, Rebecca Nakintu, daughter of George William Musoke, of Nazzigo, Kyaggwe. m. (a) H.E. Mrs Vénétia Sebudandi, a Rwandan lady of the Abega clan, Permanent Delegate to UNESCO 2004-2006, Ambassador Extr & Permanent Representative of Rwanda at the UN Geneva since 2006. m. (b) Ms Edith Byanyima, eldest daughter of Mzee Boniface Byanyima, sometime National Chair of the Democratic Party (DP), by his wife, Gertrude Kabwasingo, from Kakikoti, Kiruhura, a relative of the Royal Family of Ankole. m. (c) at Budo, 26thAugust 1999, Abakyala Sarah Nsobya (b. 1986). He has issue, one son and three daughters:
  • 1) Prince (Kiweewa) Crispin Junju Suuna. b. at London, 1986 (s/o Vénétia Sebudandi), educ. King’s Coll Budo Junior Sch, Kabinja, King’s Coll, Budo, Monkton Combe Sch, near Bath, Somserset, and RMA Sandhurst. Intern Central Broadcasting Service (CBS) 2005, cmsnd as 2nd-Lieut Uganda Army. ADC to Kabaka Mutebi II since 2009.
  • 1) Princess (Omumbejja) Joan Tebatagwabwe Nassolo, educ. Taunton Sch, Somerset.
  • 2) Princess (Omumbejja) Victoria Nkinzi, educ. Walsh Middle Sch, Framingham, Massachucettes, USA.
  • 3) Princess (Omumbejja) Katrina Sarah Ssangalyambogo. b. at London, 4th August 2004 (d/o Sylvia Nagginda), educ. St. Austin’s Acad, Lavington, Nairobi, Kenya.


Link: http://www.royalark.net/Uganda/buganda9.htm

Lance Corporal (Rtd) Patrick Otto


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  1. Otto you should not mislead us concerning Prince Jjunju kiweewa. As his name indicates,Kiweewa is a title given to Kabaka’s first son and if you cared to research about Buganda culture,you would have found out that kiweewa is not and can not be refereed to as ‘crown prince’.As a matter of fact in Buganda we don’t have that tittle of crown prince,a king is chosen from among the sons of the late Kabaka by the Lukiiko.
    edward musisi

  2. Mr Musisi,

    I had deliberately left out the “Kiwewa” bit to avoid exactly what you are raising now. I have the corporal’s knowledge (limited knowledge) about the Kiganda culture, concerning the unlikely ascendency of a Kiwewa to Kabakaship.

    But let us also couple our knowledge of culture with our knowledge of history and remind ourselves of what happened in Mmengo on 11th Sep 1888, when Kabaka Mutesa I’s first born son, Kiwewa Mutebi 1 Nyonyintono was installed as Kabaka replacing his younger brother, Kabaka Muwanga. Recall that, that was the time when the so-called readers deposed Kabaka Muwanga. Was “Buganda culture” asleep then?

    That actually happened at a time when the Princes in line to ascend to Kabakaship were 69: Mutesa I had 91 children 69 of whom were men. Remember? Now, your Kabaka has only one son. Moja! Therefore, your statement that, “…a king is chosen from among the sons of the late Kabaka by the Lukiiko…” has some musujja.

    But now you have got entangled in other issues. I was talking about something else…check my initial message and we take it from there.

    Lance Corporal (Rtd) Patrick Otto

  3. 1. The Kabaka has only one wife: HRH Sylivia Nagginda, born in September 1964

    2. Edith Byanyima is NOT his wife neither is Venetia Sebudandi. He married in the Anglican church and cannot have another wife officially. Edith Byanyima is a long standing friend who is amrried and separated from her first husband, she cannot be married again unless she is divorced and the Kabaka is divorced. You could call these concubines, but they are not wives, and to state so is erroneous and innacurate.

    3. Sarah Nsobya is not his wife either, they had a child but she passed away in 2006. She was not his wife.

    4. Prince Junju has not been to Sandhurst or completed a course there, he has intentions to but he has not yet. Neither is he in the Ugandan army

    5. Princess Sangalyambogo was born on the 4th of July 2001. She is still at Kabira Internationl School. Has never studied in Kenya, just went there for a swimming competion.

    Please check with his RH the Kabaka Wikipedia site which has been updated with facts about His majesty’s profile.

    Thank you

  4. Otto please Kiweewa you’re talking about was not a kabaka but rather an imposter who wanted to profit from the confusion which followed Mwanga’s rule.If you care to look again at royalark.net/uganda/buganda7 you will find out that Kiweewa was not named as a Ssekabaka.After Mwanga it is Kalema and then Chwa II. stop feeding us on half cooked theories.

  5. Thanks for the clarification on Prince Jjunju because the earlier
    report had sown considerable confusion. However if you Google Kabaka
    Mutebi, Wikipedia will blandly tell you that he has three or more
    WIVES. I think you must correct them also.

    My point however is on Edith who you say was DIVORCED and therefore
    can’t remarry.

    I think Edith was WIDOWED by the death of Ambassador Charles Katungi
    who was once our envoy in France. He left her with a son, Tau Katungi,
    and it is Tau’s registration with UN by Mrs. Wiinnie Byanyima Besigye
    as her own child that caused a minor controversy some months back
    before it was somewhat resolved. That is unless there is another Edith

    Finally, many will admit that they had not known of the 2006 Royal
    Bereavement you have revealed in connection with Sarah Nsobya.

    Thanks again for the timely clarification.


  6. Mr Musisi states: “….you will find out that Kiweewa was not named as a Ssekabaka.After Mwanga it is Kalema…”
    The website he refers me to gives us the following information:

    1884 – 1888 H.H. Danieri Basamula-Ekkeri Mwanga II Mukasa, Kabaka of Buganda (first time) – see below.

    1888 H.H. Kabaka Mutebi I Nnyonyintono, Kabaka of Buganda. b. at Nakatema, eldest son of H.H. Kabaka Mukabya Walugembe Mutesa I Kayira, Kabaka of Buganda. Proclaimed by the rebels after the defeat of his younger brother, Mwanga, 2nd August 1888. Crowned 11th September 1888. Deposed by the Muslim forces of his brother Kalema, 21st October 1888. m. (first) Bakirwa, Nasaza (d.s.p.), daughter of Nsamba, of the Ngabi. m. (second) Butema, daughter of Ntale Muima, of the Kima clan. m. (third) Kaja, daughter of Sebowa, of the Nsenene clan. m. (fourth) Lozaliya, daughter of Sabadu, of the Ngabi clan. m. (fifth) Luleba, Omusenero, daughter of Gadimiba, of the Lugave clan. m. (sixth) Namubiru, daughter of Gabunga, of the Mamba clan. m. (seventh) Balirwa, daughter of Ndalike, of the Donge clan. m. (eighth) Namuli, Omufumbiro, daughter of Bulezi, of the Mpindi clan. m. (ninth) Namusoke, Kadulubale, daughter of Kidandala, of the Katinvuma clan. m. (tenth) Nambajwe, daughter of Gabunga, of the Mamba clan. m. (eleventh) Nambi (I), eldest daughter of Katenda, of the Mamba clan. m. (twelfth) Nambi (II), daughter of Gabunga, of the Mamba clan. m. (thirteenth) Nambi III, second daughter of Katenda, of the Mamba clan. m. (fourteenth) Tebalyayebwa, Omulindama’zi, daughter of Nasamba, of the Ngabi clan. m.(fifteenth) Teyasingira, third daughter of Katenda, of the Mamba clan. m. (sixteenth) Lwandeta, daughter of Lule, of the Donge clan. m. (seventeenth) Zandaba, Namasole, previously the Kadulubale, daughter of Kidandala, of the Nvuma clan. m. (eighteenth) Mbagumide, Kabedja (d.s.p.), daughter of Gunju, of the Butiko clan. m. (nineteenth) Bwangu (d.s.p.), daughter of Sebijerwe, of the Ngabi clan. m. (twentieth) Sabadju (d.s.p.), daughter of Kanyandjwe, of the Donge clan. He was k. in prison by his Muslim captors, July 1889 (bur. Masanafu), having had issue, twenty-one sons and two daughters:

    The person highlighted is the same person Mr Musisi tells us that he was not named. Kabaka Mutebi I, as the website makes clear is the first born of Kabaka Mutesa I, who therefore is Kiwewa. He reigned from 11.09.1888 to 21.10.1888. Just to remind Mr Musisi, The combination of religious converts, the readers, which included the Mohammedans overthrew Kabaka Muwanga becuase of the threat he posed to them collectively. They replaced him with his older brother, Kiwewa (i.e., Mutebi I).

    As soon as the common threat of Kabaka Muwanga ended, the readers turned on each other. The Moslems ejcted the Christians from Mmengo and Immediately required Kiwewa to undergo circumcision. Kiwewa developed “wasi wasi” about being circumcised and on 21st Octoer, he was deposed by the Moslems who then installed Kalema (who accepted to be circumcised) as the Kabaka. This game of intrigue and counter-intrigue went on until 1897 when the reinstated Kabaka Mwanga gave up his throne and was eventually hunted down by a Muganda collaborator of the British, one Semei Kakungulu. This is not a theory! This is Buganda’s history which Baganda like Mr Musisi now want to deny. Unfortunately most of what we tend to hear from those talking as Baganda is either deeply rooted in denial or simple disregard of facts (ignorance?)

    What is most amazing is that Mr Musisi wants to support his argument by referring me to a website which completely contradicts him (and supports me). Do we ever read anything? Poor Kabaka Mutebi II! He himself must weep when he listens to people like Mr Musisi, or for that matter, the Musisis.

    The original point of contention was the claim by Mr Musisi that according to Buganda culture, a Kiwewa, or first born son of a Kabaka can never be a Kabaka, and therefore Crispin Suuna Junju, son of Rwandan Venetia Sebudandi cannot be a Kabaka. Very clearly, Buganda history does not support Mr Musisi.

    So, I really do not see the point Mr Musisi is belabouring.

    Lance Corporal (Rtd) Patrick Otto

  7. To anyone with a real interest in developing an objective understanding of these important periods of African history, Mr Musisi’s point is very clear.

    The failure to see it will be among those whose objective is to continue the agenda of the anti-Ganda Hate History project that they have been tasked with by the British, and for which they have so far been rewarded well.

    Buganda does not have the “crown prince” culture; in fact they have the opposite of it: that is the first born prince of a reigning monarch (who in other such cultures usually becomes the crown prince), is customarily ruled out of contention, and therefore any other prince has equal chance of becoming Kabaka. As a way minimising power struggles in the royal house, this seems a wise policy of some wisdom.

    Kiweewa’s ascension was a coup by the leaders of the then newly arrived Abrahamic faiths and their followers. It is recorded as possibily the first coup d’tat in the region. As such, it was not legal, and is noted in our own history (not white people’s books) only as an interruption to the properly installed Mwanga’s reign.

    The point is important, because in it, one can see the roots of some of Uganda’s most critical European-seeded failings as a polity.

    First, there is the “grab first, legitimise later” culture.

    Here anyone with the means to physically enter and occupy State House, and get a Judge to swear them in, then becomes “President” of Uganda, ignoring whatever constitutional procedures exist, just as Kiweewa ignored custom that bans him from the throne.

    Second, and related to that, is the culture of leadership by opportunism, not principle. As usually happens to opportunists, Kiweewa, when cornered on the circumcision issue by those with whom he had conspired to overthrow the real government, started hiding behind the very cultural values he had undermined when seizing the throne in the first place. He argued that royal blood is not willingly spilled.

    As it stands it is correct statement, but as as someone who had just violated other Ganda protocols in order to become “Royal” it hardly made sense coming from him, to be insisting on upholding this one.

    We see this everyday in our national politics here. When it suits them, the NRM will insist that “nobody is above the law”, and that everything must be done “in accordance with the constitution”. However, when a given constitutional provision do not favour their interests (term limits, sanctity of the High Court and it rulings, public appointments reflecting Uganda’s national character, accounting for use of funds, etc), then it is derided as a “mere piece of paper”and violated.

    The thrid lesson is the inevitable fallout.

    As usually happens to illegally installed regimes, the coup-makers began to fight among themselves over what hey had illegally grabbed. After the coup-makers throw out Kiweewa, his brother Kalema, a much more determined man, takes over and begins the forceful islamicisation of the country.

    His first targets are the catholic/French and anglican/English missionaries and their Buganda-based militias with whom they had only recently allied to oust Mwanga. His second is native religion.

    The Caholics flee to present-day Tanzania, and the Anglicans to Ankole.

    They were to return a year later only after they had made a new alliance with the very Mwanga they had overthrown, and relied on him to mobilise against the Kalema-ists, who were driven out, leaving Mwanga to resume office.

    We see this again with those who used to be in NRM fleeing into exile from very system they have been part of, but also refusing to denounce it, and instead waiting to see how things mauy return to their favour. Their problem is not the illegitimate way in which the country is being governed, but rather the fact that it has “left them out” of the process.

    Mr Musisi is therefore completely correct in his statement and argument, and should not allow the usual hawkers of Hate History to try and silence him.

    The point is this: if a first-born prince (titled “Kiweewa”) does become a Kabaka (as happpened in 1888), this is in violation of the long established practice.

    For it to happen without force, there would have to be a change of policy. But even changing policy must be done according to certain principles. Unfortunately, the Kiweewa of 1888 assumed power the way many African strongmen have become presidents: by violating the very principles that the seat they want is supposed to uphold.

    The challenge, as always is ultimately a moral one: should things be done in the way they are supposed to be done, or simply in any way they can be done?

    What is the value of a principle?

    Thank you, Edward Musisi, and stand firm.

    Kalundi Serumaga

  8. Mr Serumaga,

    Well tried!

    I wish the debate had been on the legality of Kabaka Mutebi I’s (Kiwewa) ascendency to the throne and the legitimacy of his Kabakaship. Then and only then, yours below would have been worth the hefty effort. As all can see, the debate is on whether a Kiwewa can be a Kabaka, and whether the particular Kiwewa in question, that is, Mutebi I, (Mutesa I’s first born son) was a Kabaka or not.

    Mr Musisi argued that Kiwewa was never a Kabaka. He duly referred us to a website that according to him, was supportive of his argument. An extract from that website clearly shows that Mr Musisi did not read up the content of the website. He very clearly shot himself in his foot.

    So, what do you mean by “hate history”? Is it the history that you hate to hear?What do we learn here? True history seems to be hate history!

    As usual, you end on a very high note which tells the whole story behind your story. And I quote you:

    “Thank you, Edward Mulindwa, and stand firm.”

    Lance Corporal (Rtd) Patrick Otto


  9. L/Cpl (rtded) Otto,

    what’s wrong with you ? Baganda are telling you that according to their culture, it is unacceptable for a Kiweewa to become Kabaka, but you insist he can and you go ahead to give us an example of one who incidentally did it illegally ! Lwaki wekazakaza ? If the debate was not about the legality, would it make any sense ? I mean, if it wasn’t, even our resident C/pl, an ardent believer in dictatorship, could claim the right to become one using the only means he is acquainted with – force. Of course the debate is about legality.

    An example – according to the Uganda constitution, one has to have A levels or an equivalent qualification to become an MP. In the past, MPs have been disqualified after serving some time in the House because they didn’t have the necessary qualifications. According to your logic, one can become an MP without the qualifications since some did so – illegally ! Are you for real ?

    Samantha Bwekiributa.

  10. Mr. Owana:

    The late Katungi (RIP) was YKM’s first appointed High commissioner to Kenya, Nairobi. The late Mr. Katungi (read the late Mr. Kahigiriza’s book to know more about his father) was married to a white lady, who was apparently a Princess from the Royal Danish family.

    Prior to his appointment as Uganda’s High Commissioner to Nairobi, Mr. Katungi was a senior ranking official at UNEP in Gigiri, Nairobi.

    His appointment as High Commissioner (apparently by Mr. Eriya Kategaya who was sure that YKM would name him Foreign Minister, he did not, even before any NRA ministers were sworn in) was quite dramatic because the then High Commissioner Mr. Francis Okello-fired by the late Obote as Uganda’s ambassador to Belgium for his DP connections- had barely settled down in his job.

    When the Military Commission under the late Mzee Okello (RIP) took over, they fired-although it was known in Nairobi that Mr. Bugingo the Kabale native simply vanished from his post as High Commissioner together with a chap by the name of Mr. Okello Matata -the embassy staff.

    Mr. Katungi eventually took over once the NRA ministers had been properly sworn in. He was deputized by the late Mr. Bigombe husband to Mrs. Betty Bigombe. Among other high ranking officials then was another fellow from Rukingiri who has since died. And of course the notorious Dennis Kamugisha who was NRA’s first ESO dude in Nairobi.

    Among those fired with Mr. Francis Okello was his deputy, Mr. Mutenga from Bunyole. In the same building was a young fellow then working for Uganda Airlines in Nairobi, Mr. Mathias Nsubuga-yes the chap responsible for the big DP split. Well.

    Now are you saying that the late Mr. Katungi had divorced his Danish princess and married Mrs. Edith Byanyima or was he married to two women which is a not a big deal in Uganda.

    It is true that they had a son, from what I call ‘away games’, aka affair. Therefore I am not sure Mrs. Edith Byanyima became a widow in the process. When does one become a widow/namwanddu?


  11. Thanks to all for your contribution in this but i do not understand lance Corporal (Rtd) Patrick Otto’s intensions in all his arguments. To me he seems like his mr i know it all with the mouth like all the dictators we had in the past.He does not believe that actually they can be some better,new unknown to him with knowldge,training and interigent as an army personel. His still in the past which shouldn’t be in the world of today.
    Yet his the kind of these people who have alittle bit of information,hold it back to gain a status. I wish he can comes to terms with intergration and wisdom in all this. Ugandans are fade up of such persons and this is what has brought us to the suituation we are in at the moment. Would he clearly tell us what he wants to be in uganda in the near future.
    With no disrespect,yes he was a grate officer in his regime,but we would like to ask what happened then? Let fresh trees breath,have light to them and stop putting dark top covers on every new germinating crop mate. I think people will like you and respect you more than you think that way.

  12. The debate is constructive indeed, only that the tone of some individuals is showing some bit of intolerance to divergent views. This kind of behavior discourages constructive debate. We should learn to disagree and inform each other in a respectable manner and be willing to listen to the “unwanted history” be it right or wrong and simply reflect to form an informed opinion. As I end this now, I request someone to throw some light on the issues that caused friction and raised by some Nalinyas that cast some doubt on the legitimacy of the them Sabataka and the current His Highness Sabasajja, Magulunyondo, Chuchu, Musota, Mpologoma, Kabaka.

  13. To Otto and Moses,
    The baganda who know their culture very well more than you have corrected you of the falsities yet you are inisiting! This has always been the problem of non Baganda since the Bazungu and from 1966, trying to right Baganda! Some of you have emigrated to Europe, especially in the United Kingdom. Whilke there you do not question neither try to right their English, Scottish and Welsh kingdoms! How can you change a culture you know nothing of, you don’t even understand, neither try to take time and understand it! Kiwewa ascending or not ascending the throne is a Buganda mystery. Non Baganda don’t have to understand it for they will not. This is in our blood. let them keep guessing. It is time for non Baganda Ugandans to stop envying Baganda, get to love their cultures and tribes and research their own so that they can write their own history. Our friends are always welcome, but our enemies we will always fight them especially the pretenders who parade as wolves in sheep skin. Many people have settled into Britain and can claim to be British, but you can never make that claim of being a Scot, Welsh or English as an immigrant or a descendant of immigrants. Wake up! There is so much we just can’t tell outsiders however much they prick us. To Baganda, do not tell all our inner information. Many have tried and are still trying to dismantle the buganda Kingdom form the information they have sought after in a “friendly” or “curious” manner.
    King Hezekiah in Isaiah 38, is sick with a terminal illness but prays to the Lord and is healed and then in chapter 39 we see that Hezekiah entertains a delegation from Babylon who are desiring to see the wonder they had heard about of Hezekiah being healed, and they bring him a gift, but then foolishly Hezekiah shows this delegation all of the treasures of his kingdom. Later we see that the consequence of Hezekiah showing the Babylonian delegation all of the treasures of the Lord’s house is that one day she would come and take all of the treasures of the house and lead the people of Judea into captivity. Ebyomunju tebitottolwa. Baganda learn to be discreet.

  14. It is true that a Kiweewa does not become a kabaka. In fact the position of Kiweewa and that of Nnasolo, the first born daughter of the kabaka, are very important as they are the guardians of all the royal princes and princesses of the Mujjaguzzo. They even have their own palaces . Kiweewa ‘s palace is in Bunamwaaya and that of Nnassolo is at Bulwaannyi. The king, supposedly their younger brother is supposed to seek advice from them, and for them to guide him. Nnassolo does not become a Nnaalinnya although that seemed to change with Nnaalinnya Zalwaango of Cwa. kIWEEWA THE LATE MUTEBI the first, took power by force and he was never even enthroned by Mugema or Kassujju Lubinga. Infact in Buganda history he is known as “OMUWANGAMI”, that ia “USURPER” OF THE THRONE.

  15. i have liked the website but its developer needs to create links and anchors in order to avoid over scrolling.


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