Juuko of Buganda

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Ssekabaka Juuko Mulwaana
Kabaka of Buganda
Reign 1680 - 1690
Predecessor Mutebi I of Buganda
Successor Kayemba of Buganda
Spouse 1. Lady Nabatanzi
2. Lady Nakimera
3. Lady Nakisozi
4. Lady Nalunga
5. Lady Nandawula
5. Lady Nantume
Father Kateregga of Buganda
Mother Namasole Namutebi
Born Uganda
Died 1690
Unknown
Burial Bujuuko, Busiro

Juuko Mulwaana was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda, between 1680 and 1690. He was the sixteenth (16th) Kabaka of Buganda.

Claim to the throne[edit]

He was the second son of Kabaka Kateregga Kamegere, Kabaka of Buganda between 1644 and 1674. His mother was Namutebi of the Mamba clan, the eighth (8th) wife of his father. He ascended the throne upon the demise of his elder brother around 1680. He established his capital at Ngalamye.

Married life[edit]

He married six (6) wives:

  • Nabatanzi, daughter of Sebugulu, of the Lugave clan
  • Nakimera, daughter of Kalanzi, of the Nsenene clan
  • Nakisozi, daughter of Sekayiba, of the Mbogo clan
  • Nalunga, daughter of Semaluulu, of the Nvuma clan
  • Nandawula Kabengano, daughter of Nkata, of the Nsenene clan
  • Nantume, daughter of Sekayiba, of the Mbogo clan

Offspring[edit]

He fathered many children including:

  • Prince (Omulangira) Batanzi, whose mother was Nabatanzi
  • Prince (Omulangira) Kimera, whose mother was Nakimera
  • Prince (Omulangira) Kisozi, whose mother was Nakisozi
  • Prince (Omulangira) Lumweeno, whose mother was Nalunga
  • Kabaka Ndawula Nsobya, Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned between 1724 and 1734, whose mother was Nandawula Kabengano
  • Prince (Omulangira) Kasagazi, whose mother was Nantume
  • Prince (Omulangira) Kyekaka.
  • Princess (Omumbejja) Kagere

The final years[edit]

He died around 1690. No information is available as to the place or cause of his death.[1] He is buried at Bujuuko, Busiro.[2]

Succession table[edit]

Preceded by
Mutebi I
King of Buganda
c.1680-c.1690
Succeeded by
Kayemba Kisiki

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Life of Kabaka Juuko". Royalark.net. Retrieved 5 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "Kabaka Juuko Is Buried At Bujuuko, Busiro". Buganda.com. Retrieved 5 October 2014. 

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