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Kings of Buganda.

The following are the known Kings of Buganda, starting from around 1300 AD.
1. Kato Kintu, early fourteenth century
2. Chwa I, mid fourteenth century
3. Kimera, c. 1374–c. 1404
4. Ttembo, c. 1404–c. 1434
5. Kiggala, c. 1434–c. 1464 and c. 1484–c. 1494
6. Kiyimba, c. 1464–c. 1484
7. Kayima, c. 1494–c. 1524
8. Nakibinge, c. 1524–c. 1554
9. a period of🙋 Interregnum, c. 1554–c. 1555
10. Mulondo, c. 1555–1564
11. Jemba, c. 1564–c. 1584
12. Suuna I, c. 1584–c. 1614
13. Sekamaanya, c. 1614–c. 1634
14. Kimbugwe, c. 1634–c. 1644
15. Kateregga, c. 1644–c. 1674
16. Mutebi I, c. 1674–c. 1680
17. Juuko, c. 1680–c. 1690
18. Kayemba, c. 1690–c. 1704
19. Tebandeke, c. 1704–c. 1724
20. Ndawula, c. 1724–c. 1734
21. Kagulu, c. 1734–c. 1736
22. Kikulwe, c. 1736–c. 1738
23. Mawanda, c. 1738–c. 1740
24. Ndugwa I, c. 1740–c. 1741
25. Namuggala, c. 1741–c. 1750
26. Kyabaggu, c. 1750–c. 1780
27. Jjunju, c. 1780–c. 1797
28. Semakookiro, c. 1797–c. 1814
29. Kamaanya, 1814–1832
30. Suuna II, 1832–1856
31. Muteesa I, 1856–1884
32. Mwanga II, 1884–1888 and 1889–1897
33. Kiweewa, 1888
34. Kalema, 1888–1889
35. Daudi Chwa II, 1897–1939
36. Mutesa II, 1939–1969
37. Monarchy discontinued by the Ugandan government, 1969–1993
38. Muwenda Mutebi II, 1993–present
Quotes
“The Kiganda Monarchy in its purest form ended with Suuna; under Mutesa I, it was scorched; and under Mwanga it was destroyed.”
G.N. Uzoigwe, Britain and the Conquest of Africa, 1974[6]
“Whatever else divided the Baganda; they were united under the institution of Kabaka and derived their pride from service to the Kabaka and nation.”
By katiriba issir kasukali 1/10/2022

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