‘Geraldine Fisher, Daughter of a past headmistress of Gayaza High School visited Gayaza with her husband. Some old girls in the picture + Joan Cox, the Headmistress then in back row.In the photo i can see late Mrs Lilian Mukwaya sister to QC Binaisa sitting between the two whites, second right standing is the late Mrs Rebecca Mulira. I am wondering whether a lady standing on the right is the late Sarah Nabikolo Mukasa( wife of the late Hamu Mukasa)
i can see late Mrs Lilian Mukwaya sister to QC Binaisa sitting between the two whites, second right standing is the late Mrs Rebecca Mulira.
I am wondering whether a lady standing on the right is the late Sarah Nabikolo Mukasa( wife of the late Hamu Mukasa)
1.’Walking in formal procession in the Lubiri on his 27th birthday in November 1951, the Kabaka precedes the then Resident Buganda, Mr. J.P. Birch. The Kabaka, sheltered by his ceremonial umbrella, is about to walk past his Royal drummers and musicians.’
2.second left Daudi Chwa, second right Ham Mukasa?
3.’The Kabaka in the uniform of a Captain in the Grenadier Guards. He underwent military training during his stay in Britain, where he studied at Magdalene College, Cambridge.’
he inimitable Sir Edward, whose academic and military accomplishments made even the academically accomplished Milton Obote uncomfortable and, eventually, unwilling to share power with him. Yet Sir Edward made his mark on the world. At Magdalene College, he won the highest marks for shooting, winning the cup for the college. His book, Desecration of My Kingdom, is a notable contribution to Uganda’s history.
4.’The Nasolo, Princess Dorothy, with her mother, the Nabagereka, after their meeting at Entebbe Airport on the Nsolo’s return from London a few months ago. SHe had been undergoing treatment at the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital for the after-effects of poliomyelitis.’.Yes indeed, she grew up to became a friend to many and held her family together
5. Ham Mukasa
This is a great portrait of this jubilee period
3.’His Holiness prays at the Church of Uganda Shrine at Numugongo. With him is the Archbishop of Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi and the Bishop of Namirembe’
1. Edith Nakazaana seated =daughter Ham Mukasa, middle is Princess Irene Ndagire Kabaka Mutebi’s aunt and & Jessie Kitamirike
2.the late Mr. Mackay Kalula MUKASA (brother to the late Mrs Rebecca Allen Namugenze MULIRA)
3. Ssekabaka Sir Edward Muteesa II.Perhaps the most dashingly handsome King of Buganda Kingdom;who ever lived;he was light years ahead of his time,few folks both from within the Kingdom and outside;quite understood his love and vision and the direction;he passionately wanted his nation to take.Modern and well educated and well decorated army officer trained by the British;he read through the glaring hypocrises of the Imperial England,he was humiliated by deportations in 1953 to England for being part and parcel of Independence agitators as his people led the nation in calling for independence and self rule.I hope history will be compassionate towards him.
1.His – Holiness greets the First Lady of Uganda Mrs. Miria Obote at Entebbe Airport
2.Family Ya Zachary Makaabugo Ssensalire Ntambi the 17th in Mukono
3.Sarah N. Mukasa with Edith Nakasana standing next to nash Reg. No. K. 3066 in Mukono
Princess Dorothy Nasolo with her great grand father Chief Ham Mukasa ex-sekibobo in Mokono
2.The seven Cardinals who took part in the Pan-Africa Bishops’ Conference at Gaba, near Kampala. They are (left to right): Cardinal Zoungrana (Upper Volta), Cardinal Duval (Algeria), Cardinal McCann (South Africa), Cardinal Rugambwa (Tanzania), Cardinal Rakotomala (Madagascar), Cardinal Sidarous (Egypt), and Cardinal Malula (Congo-Kinshasa).