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King of Toro

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King of Toro

The Omukama of Toro is the name given to rulers of the central African kingdom of Toro. The kingdom lasted as an independent state from the 16th to the 19th century. Although no longer the ruler of a state, the Omukama of Toro remains an important figure in Ugandan politics, especially among the Toro people of whom he is the titular head.

List of Abakama of Toro

The following is a list of the Abakama of Toro, starting around 1800 AD: [1]

  1. Olimi I: 1822 - 1865
  2. Ruhaga of Toro: 1865 - 1866
  3. Nyaika Kyebambe I: 1866 - 1871 and 1871–1872
  4. Rukidi I: 1871 - 1871
  5. Olimi II: 1872 - 1875
  6. Rukidi II: 1875 - 1875
  7. Rububi Kyebambe II: 1875 and 1877–1879
  8. Kakende Nyamuyonjo: 1875 - 1876 and 1879–1880
  9. Katera: 1876 - 1877 Followed by Interregnum, reverted to Bunyoro:1880 - 1891
  10. Kyebambe III: 1891 - 1928
  11. Rukidi III: 1929 - 1965
  12. Olimi III: 1965 - 1995. Interrupted by Interregnum: 1967 - 1993
  13. Rukidi IV: 1995–Present

External links

  • Brief History of the Kingdom of Toro

See also


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