Kabaka Mwanga II/Kiweewa/Kalema

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:

  • 1) Prince (Kiweewa) Ssimbwa (s/o Butema).
  • 2) Prince (Omulangira) Walulyo (s/o Butema).
  • 3) Prince (Omulangira) Kibuka (s/o Kaja).
  • 4) Prince (Omulangira) Nabada (s/o Lazaliya).
  • 5) Prince (Omulangira) Muinda (s/o Lulaba).
  • 6) Prince (Omulangira) Agusitini [Gusito] Tabandeke (s/o Namubiro), educ. Namilyango Catholic Coll.
  • 7) Prince (Omulangira) Lulaba (s/o Namuli).
  • 8) Prince (Omulangira) Kagunya (s/o Namuli).
  • 9) Prince (Omulangira) Lukongwa (s/o Namusoke). The Ssaabalangira.
  • 10) Prince (Omulangira) Kiwanuka (s/o Namusoke).
  • 11) Prince (Omulangira) Walulyo (s/o Namusoke).
  • 12) Prince (Omulangira) Galubagwire (s/o Nambajwe).
  • 13) Prince (Omulangira) Sekamanya (s/o Nambi I).
  • 14) Prince (Omulangira) Namulinzi (s/o Nambi II).
  • 15) Prince (Omulangira) Mwanga (s/o Nambi III).
  • 16) Prince (Omulangira) Chwa (s/o Tebalyayebwa).
  • 17) Prince (Omulangira) Ngenza (s/o Tebalyayebwa).
  • 18) Prince (Omulangira) Namulinzi II (s/o Teyasingira).
  • 19) Prince (Omulangira) Namika (s/o Lwandeta).
  • 20) Prince (Omulangira) Musisi (s/o Lwandeta).
  • 21) Prince (Omulangira) Nasuswa (s/o Zandaba).
  • 1) Princess (Omumbejja) Hana Ma’zi (d/o Balirwa).
  • 2) Princess (Omumbejja) Agati Kagere (d/o Tebalyayebwa).
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1888 – 1889 H.H. Kabaka Kalema I Muguluma, Kabaka of Buganda, son of H.H. Kabaka Mukabya Walugembe Mutesa I Kayira, Kabaka of Buganda, by his wife, Ndibuwakani, educ. privately. Proclaimed by the Muslim forces after they had deposed his elder brother, 21st October 1888. Deposed by the Christian forces who restored Mwanga, 5th October 1889. Fled into Bunyoro. m. (first) Nabikukuzi (I), daughter of Djumba, of the Dkina clan. m. (second) Sofia Kabakalongosa, daughter of Kinjoro, of the Dkina clan. m. (third) Nakibuka, daughter of Mugema, of the Kima clan. m. (fourth) Zezefiria Nampa, Nakibuka, daughter of Bakabulindi of the Ngeye clan. m. (fifth) Nabiboge, daughter of Kibaya, of the Nserere clan. m. (sixth) Veneneka Nabiwemba, daughter of Wakoli Musoga, of the Dgabi clan. m. (seventh) Ndjera Sa’abaddu, daughter of Gabunga, of the Mamba clan. He d. in exile in Bunyoro, from the effects of smallpox, January 1891, having had issue, three sons and two daughters:

  • 1) Prince (Kiweewa) Zimbwe (s/o Nabikukuzi I).
  • 2) Prince (Omulangira) Edimond Alamanzani Ndaula (s/o Zezefiria Nampa). He d. 1st July 1916.
  • 3) Prince (Omulangira) Yozefu Musanje Walugembe, MBE (m 3.6.1919). b. 31st August 1889 (s/o Nabiboge), educ. Namilyongo Catholic Coll. Cmsnd. 2nd Lieut. African Native Medical Corps October 1914, prom. Lieut. 1915, served in the Great War 1915-1919 (rcvd. MBE, 1915 Star, British War and Allied Victory medals). m. at the White Fathers’ Mission, Nsambya, 18th November 1907, Sala Kire, daughter of The Hon. Omwek. Chevalier Stanislas Mugwanya, OBE, GCSG, sometime Kimbugwe and Regent of Buganda. He had issue, two sons and one daughter:
    • a) Prince (Omulangira) Joseph Mukabya.
    • b) Prince (Omulangira) Daudi Kimera.
    • a) Princess (Omumbejja) Tereza Namukabya. m. Dr J. Nfamba.
  • 1) Princess (Omumbejja) Yuniya Maliamu Kamuwanda (d/o Veneneka Nabiwemba). Installed as Naalinya to Daudi Chwa II, 14th August 1897. Rcvd: Silver Jubilee (1935), and Coron. (1937) medals, and the Papal medal “Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice” (1951). She d. 30th May 1951.
  • 2) Princess (Omumbejja) Besemerese Hana Dimbwe. b. at Kampala, 1887 (d/o Sofia Kabakalongosa). m. at Mbale, September 1905 (div. 1918), as his third wife, The Hon Semei Lwakilenzi Kakungulu, Kabaka of Bukedi (b. at Chibanda, Koki, 1868; d. at Mbale, 24th November 1928), son of Semwemba, of Koki – see Uganda (Busoga).
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1884-1888 & 1889-1897 H.H. Danieri Basamula-Ekkeri Mwanga II Mukasa, Kabaka of Buganda. b. at Nakawa, 1868, son of H.H. Kabaka Mukabya Walugembe Mutesa I Kayira, Kabaka of Buganda, by his tenth wife, Abakyala Abisagi Bagalayaze, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 18th October 1884. Installed at Budu, 24th October 1884. Established his capital at Mengo Hill. Defeated by the combined Christian and Muslim rebel forces at Mengo and deposed by them in favour of his half-brother, 2nd August 1888. Regained the throne 5th October 1889. Signed a Treaty with Lord Lugard at Mengo, granting certain powers over revenue, trade and the administration of justice to the  Imperial British East Africa Company, 26th December 1890 (transferred to the crown on 1st April 1893). Accepted a Protectorate on 27th August 1894. Declared War on the British and fled to Kiziba on 6th July 1897, then to Budu where he was defeated by a combined British and Baganda force on 20th July 1897. Deposed in absentia, 9th August 1897. Fled into German East Africa, where he was arrested and interned at Bukoba. Escaped and returned to Buganda with a rebel army, but was again defeated at Kislaira, 15th January 1898. Captured and exiled to the Seychelles, April 1899. Received into the Anglican Church while in the Seychelles and was baptised with the name of Danieri (Daniel). m. (first) Damali Baita Nandjobe, daughter of Sensalire of the Ndjovu clan. m. (second) Abakyala Dorosi Mwanomu, Bakazikubawa, daughter of Namudala of the Dgabi clan. m. (third) Esiteri Nabunya, daughter of ‘Abdu’llah Diba, Omulwasa of the Ffumbe clan. m. (fourth) Abakyala Evalini Kulabako, Omusibika (d. before 1937), rcvd: Coron. (1911) and Silver Jubilee medals (1935), daughter of Nantawasa, of the Dgabi clan. m. (fifth) Abakyala Loirosa Nakibuka, Kadulubare, daughter of Omwika Kisomose, of the Lungfish clan, sometime Prime Minister of Buganda. m. (sixth) Abakyala Samale Namuwanga, Sabadu, elder daughter of Abakyala Nyika, Kangwayo of the Mamba clan. m. (seventh) Nabwetembe, younger daughter of Abakyala Nyika, Kangwayo of the Mamba clan. m. (eighth) Nakidjoba Nabulye (d.s.p.), daughter of Katenyoleka Nankyama, of the Lagave clan. m. (ninth) Beza Batwegombya (d.s.p.), daughter of Dgabezaya, of the Mpewo clan. m. (tenth) Abakyala Ntongo, Kabedja (d.s.p.), elder daughter of Mukasa, of the Musu clan, sometime Prime Minister of Buganda. m. (eleventh) Abakyala Nabisubi, Omuwanga, younger daughter of Mukasa, of the Musu clan, sometime Prime Minister of Buganda. m. (twelfth) Namirembe (d.s.p.), daughter of Kikwata, of the Dkedge clan. m. (thirteenth) Lakeri Mbekeka, daughter of Bindjogolu, of the Mamba clan. m. (fourteenth) Nalwoga, Omuyingiriza (d.s.p.), daughter of Kidu, of the Mamba clan. m. (fifteenth) Elizabeti Buteba (d.s.p. December 1963), former wife of Mutesa I Kayiira. m. (sixteenth) at Kampala, 1898, Nattimba binti Juma (b. at Mbarara, Ankole, 1885; d. 23rd December 1963, bur. Bombo), daughter of Juma, a Muslim, from the Fumbe clan, in Ankole. He d. at Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, 8th May 1903 (bur. in the Muzibu-Azaala-Mpanga, Kasubi-Nabulagala, 3rd August 1910), having had issue, seven sons and four daughters:

  • 1) Prince (Omulangira) Kagolo (s/o Damali Baila). He was k. by his uncle, Kalema, 1889.
  • 2) Prince (Omulangira) Mulindwa (s/o Nabwetembe).
  • 3) Prince (Omulangira) Nganda (s/o Lakeri Mbekeka).
  • 4) H.H. Kabaka Sir Daudi Chwa II, Kabaka of Buganda – see below.
  • 5) Prince (Omulangira) Yusufu Suna Kiwewa. b. at Mengo, 16th February 1898 (s/o Esiteri Nabunya), educ. Mengo High Sch., Namirembe, and King’s Coll., Budo. Cmsnd. 2nd Lieut. October 1914, served in the Great War 1915-1919 (rcvd. 1915 Star, British War and Allied Victory medals), Officer, Uganda Police, Hon. Lieut. 4th (Uganda) Btn. King’s African Rifles 1/1/1939, regular Lieut. 7th (Territorial) Btn. 25/5/1939, served in WW2 in East and North Africa 1939-1940 (rcvd: 39/45 and Africa stars, Defence and War medals), resigned 18/3/1940. Implicated in the riots of 1949 and exiled to the Seesi Islands. Rcvd: Silver Jubilee (1935) and Coron. (1937) medals. He d. 1949.
  • 6) Prince (Omulangira) Tobi (s/o Nabisubi).
  • 7) Prince (Omulangira) Naume (s/o Loirosa Nakibuka).
  • 1) Princess (Omumbejja) Juma Katebe.
  • 2) Princess (Omumbejja) Anna Nambi, Nassolo (d/o Samali Namuwanga).
  • 3) Princess (Omumbejja) Mboni Mariamu Kajja-Obunako. b. late 1899 (d/o Nattimba), educ. St Monica’s Sch., Zanzibar. m. at Zanzibar, June 1923, Muhammad Seif Nassour (d. at Mtito Andei, Kenya, March 1969). She had issue, one son and two daughters:
    • a) Shaba’an Nassour. b. at Zanzibar, April 1924.
    • b) Amina Nava. b. at Zanzibar, 1925. m. Harold Bjordal (b. at Bergen, Norway, 4th June 1915; d. from heart failure at the wheel of his car, at Masaka, Uganda, 28th November 1969), educ. Univ. of London (MSc), sometim mining engineer in South Africa and the Belgian Congo, sometime MD of Bjordal Mines Ltd., of Nyamuliro, Kabale dist. She had issue, two sons and five daughters:
      • i) Ramadhan Bjordal. Settled in Canada.
      • ii) Sha’aban Frank Bjordal. Settled in Dallas, Texas, USA.
      • i) Mboni Bjordal, educ. Gwoodino Sch., Kampala, and Kisubi Boarding Sch. m. as his second wife, Prince Henry Harold Rashid Kimera (b. at Mengo, Kampala, 1928; d. at Camden, London, January 1993), eleventh son of Captain H.H. Kabaka Sir Daudi Chwa II, Kabaka of Buganda, KCMG, KBE, by Dorothy Nabankema. She had issue, three sons and two daughters – see below.
      • ii) Helene Ndagire Bjordal, educ. Gwoodino Sch., Kampala, Kisubi Boarding Sch., and Holy Family Convent, Thika, Kenya. m. George Epaminondas, a Greek-Cypriot.
      • iii) Mandy Namibimo Bjordal [Mandy Bjordal-Louis], Gwoodino Sch., Kampala, and Kisubi Boarding Sch., and Makerere Univ. Teacher and writer. Author of “Where Do We Belong” (2000). m. …Louis. She had issue, one son and two daughters.
      • iv) Sylvia Christine Nantaayi Bjordal. b. 31st March 195x, educ. Gwoodino Sch., Kampala, Kisubi Boarding Sch., Holy Family Convent, Thika, Kenya, and Makerere Univ. Nurse. m. at London, 6th April 1977, Michael Hart, son of Stanley Hart, of Walnutt Cottage, Ash Grove, Suffolk, by his wife, Ella. She d. from cancer, at St Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney, London, 11th December 1981, having had issue, an only daughter.
      • v) Berit Bjordal. m. …Ohguchi, a Japanese, by whom she had issue, one son.
    • c) Nuru. b. at Zanzibar, ca. 1927.
  • 4) Princess (Omumbejja) Maliam [Mary] Ma’zi Luwedde. b. at Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, 1901 (d/o Dorosi Mwanomu).

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