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Tuesday, 23 February 2016

BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY - AFRO-UGANDAN " CHWA 1 OF BUGANDA " KING OF THE KINGDOM BUGANDA WHO REIGNED DURING THE MID 14th CENTURY- GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "

                                                       BLACK    SOCIAL      HISTORY                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        








































































































































































































































































Chwa I of Buganda
Ssekabaka Chwa I Nabakka
Kabaka of Buganda
Reign Mid 14th Century
Predecessor Kintu of Buganda
Successor Kimera of Buganda
Born Uganda
Died Late 14th Century
Unknown
Burial Unknown
Spouse 1. Lady Nabukalu
2. Lady Nakku
2. Lady Namagembe
Father Kintu of Buganda
Mother Namasole Nambi Nantuttululu
Chwa I Nabakka was Kabaka (King) of the Kingdom of Buganda. He reigned during the mid 14th century. He was the 2nd Kabaka of Buganda.

Contents   
1 Claim to the throne
2 Marital life
3 Issue
4 The final years
5 Succession table

Claim to the throne
He was the son of Kabaka Kato Kintu, the first Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned in the early 14th century. His mother was Nambi Nantuttululu, of the Ngeye Clan. He ascended to the throne following the death of his father.[1] He established his capital at Bigo Hill.

Marital life
He married two wives:

Naabakyaala Nakku, the Kaddulubaale, daughter of Walusimbi of the Ffumbe clan. After the death of Kabaka Chwa I, she married Sebwaana, a Regent.
Nakiwala, daughter of Semwanga, of the Ngonge clan.
Issue
Prince (Omulangira) Kalemeera, whose mother was Nakiwala. Kalemeera was driven out of Buganda and forced to seek refuge in Bunyoro, on the orders of his father. In Bunyoro, Kalemeera was accommodated at the court of his grandfather Omukama Winyi I of Bunyoro. There, he had an illicit sexual encounter with Lady Wannyana, daughter of Mugalula Buyonga, a Muhima, the supposed chief wife of his grandfather. The affair resulted in a son; one Prince Kimera Walusimbi
The final years
Kabaka Chwa I Nabakka abdicated and settled in Magonga. He is said to have disappeared. Up to today, his place of death and burial are unknown.[2] Following his death, there followed a period of Interregnum under the Prime Ministers Walusimbi and his successor, Sebwaana. This period lasted until 1374.[3]