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Kigulu is one of the five traditional principalities of the kingdom of Busoga in Uganda. It is located in the Iganga District.

It was founded around 1737 and became a part of the British protectorate in Busoga in 1896. Its ruler is known as the Ngobi.[1] From 1809 to 1899, part of its territory was independent as the chiefdom of Kigulu-Buzimba.