|Ssekabaka Kato Kintu|
|Kabaka of Buganda|
|Reign||Early 14th Century|
|Successor||Chwa I of Buganda|
Kato Kintu Kakulukuku(fl. early 14th century)was the first Kabaka (king) of the Kingdom of Buganda. Kato Kintu is not to be confused with Kintu, the first person on the earth according to Buganda legend. Kato Kintu gave himself the name "Kintu", a name that he knew the Baganda associated with the father of all people.
The final days
|King of Buganda
early fourteenth century
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