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Sekamaanya of Buganda

Ssekabaka Sekamaanya Kisolo
Kabaka of Buganda
Reign 1614 - 1634
Birthplace Uganda
Died 1584
Place of death Kongojje, Busiro
Buried Kongojje, Busiro
Predecessor Suuna I of Buganda
Successor Kimbugwe of Buganda
Consort Nabakyaala Nabuuso
Father Mulondo of Buganda
Mother Namasole Nakku

Sekamaanya Kisolo, also spelled as Ssekamaanya Kisolo, was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda between 1614 and 1634. He was the twelfth Kabaka of Buganda.

Claim to the throne

He was the youngest son of Kabaka Mulondo Sekajja, Kabaka of Buganda. His mother was Nakku of the Ffumbe clan, the only wife his father married. He ascended to the throne upon the death of his uncle, Suuna I in 1614. He established his capital at Kongojje Hill.[1]

Married life

He married one wife, one Nabakyaala Nabuuso, daughter of Gunju of the Butiko clan.


Kabaka Sekamaanya was the father of Kabaka Kateregga Kamegere, the fourteenth Kabaka of Buganda, who was his only son.

The final years

He is buried at Kongojje, Busiro[2]

Succession table

Preceded by
Suuna I Kisolo
King of Buganda
Succeeded by
Kimbugwe Kamegere

External links

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

See also


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