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kabaka

(kaˈbaka)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) any of the former rulers of the Baganda people of S Uganda
[C19: from Luganda]
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Another popular site is the Martyrs of Uganda shrines at Namugongo, just 15 km east of Kampala, where in June 1886, the Buganda king, Kabaka Mwanga, ordered the burning alive of 22 Catholic and Anglican priests.
90 Km Of Surathkal - Kabaka Road At Kadumata In Bantwal Taluk
The elevation of the Kabaka [King of the dominant Buganda ethnic group located in central Uganda] to president of the whole country in 1963 didn't produce the kind of unity Obote had hoped for," Drum reported.
Tenders are invited for Improvements to Mura Kedila Peramogera road in Kabaka village, Puttur Taluk(CER No.
This was 1966 and the then Ugandan president, Milton Obote, had violently (at least in the case of the Kabaka or king of Buganda) abolished Uganda's traditional monarchies.
Amado Bagatsing was running under Kabaka as a political party.
The rioters were protesting against a government decision to stop the Kabaka (king) of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, from touring the Kayunga district, which is part of his kingdom.
Buganda MPs will raise Shs 700m in funding to buy a high tech bus for Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II's convoy.
In addition, we must address specific wrongs such as deaths, sufferings and deprivations occasioned by colonialists in specific cases, like the ill-treatment and suffering of Kabaka Mwanga (who died in jail in 1903), Kabaka Daudi Chwa and the Omukama of Bunyoro Kitara, Kabalega (1870-1899).