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Kiyimba of Buganda

Ssekabaka Ntege Kiyimba
Kabaka of Buganda
Reign 1464 - 1484
Birthplace Uganda
Died 1304
Place of death Mpummudde
Buried Lukwangu, Busiro
Predecessor Kiggala of Buganda
Successor Kiggala of Buganda
Consort 1. Lady Bamuggya
2. Lady Gwojjanjaba
Father Kiggala of Buganda
Mother Namasole Nabukalu

Ntege Kiyimba was Kabaka (King) of the Kingdom of Buganda. He reigned between 1464 and 1484. He was the 6th Kabaka of Buganda.

Claim to the throne

He was the sixth son of Kabaka Kiggala Mukaabya. His mother was Nabukalu, of the Lugave clan, the first wife of Kabaka Kiggala Mukaabya. He ascended the throne around 1464, when his father abdicated.

Married life

He had two wives:

  • Bamuggya, daughter of Kisuule, of the Njaza clan
  • Gwojjanjaba, daughter of Gunju, of the Butiko clan.


There are no recorded children for Kabaka Kiyimba.

The final years

He died at Mpummudde and was initially buried at Lukwangu, Busiro. He was succeeded on the throne by his father, around 1484.[1] He is buried at Sentema, Busiro, in modern-day Wakiso District.[2]

Succession table

Preceded by
Kiggala Mukaabya
King of Buganda
Succeeded by
Kiggala Mukaabya

External links

  • Genealogy of the Kabakas of Buganda
  • List of the Kings of Buganda

See also


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