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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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The Kabaka of Buganda was the first person to make a call with the Buganda Kingdom's K2 Telecom.
Initially, this language was received in the royal court by the Kabaka of Buganda. By 1889, this language was widely used for the purpose of communication.
And my mother is Nalongo Tezira Singabadda of the Ngabi clan, a daughter of the princess line." Pokino Mukasa was the county chief of Buddu during the 1870s, one of three immediately under the kabaka of Buganda.
The riots were serious." "The Kabaka of Buganda" Desecration of my Kingdom (London, 1967) 88-9; 110-1.