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The Kingdom of Buganda is situated in the Central region of the country known today as Uganda. It is right in the heart of Africa astride the Equator and in the North West shores of Lake Victoria and it's also the source of the great river Nile. Buganda Kingdom is the home to the nation's political and commercial capital city Kampala as well as the country's main International airport Entebbe.

The Kingdom's equatorial climate provides plentiful sunshine which is moderated by relatively high altitude. Since it's near Lake Victoria, it's mean annual temperature ranges from 16 degrees 25 degrees Celsius. Daytime temperature averages between 8 degrees to 10 degrees Celsius warmer than night temperatures. Rainfall is evenly distributed around the area and the mean annual rainfall often exceeds 2100 millimeters. The area is warm rather than hot and temperatures vary little throughout the year.The Baganda had a centralised system of government which by 1750 was the most well organised More..

8 May 2019

Okwogera kwa ssaabasajja kabaka nga aggalawo ttabamiruka w’abakyala mu buganda ku hotel africana nga 8 may 2019

“okusooka okusiima ennyo okubeerawo wano era tusanyuse nnyo okulaba nti muzze mu bungi nnyo bwemuti.

Buli mwaka twesunga okwetaba mu nkungaana nga zino zemuteekateeka ku nsonga ezenjawulo ezinaasobozesa abakyala okwenyigira mu nkulaakulana y’amaka, emirimu n’eggwanga lyaffe okutwalira awamu, era tujja kwongera nnyo okuwagira n’okwenyigira mu nteekateeka zino.

Tutegedde bulungi ensonga y’obulamu obulungi nga bweri enkulu nnyo mu kunyweza enkulaakulana y’abakyala. Omuntu omulamu obulungi yasobola okwetaba mu nkulaakulana y’eggwanga era nokuba nga alabirira abaana, ensonga eno nkulu era tugiwagira nnyo.

Enkulaakulana eyo tujja kujituukako nga ffenna tuvuddeyo okwatuukiriza abo bonna abenyigidde mu kutyoboola eddembe ly’abaana abawala, mu maka, mu masomero ne ku mirimu, eratukubiriza abakyala obutasirika nga bakyala bannammwe bali mu kizibu eky’okutulugunyizibwa n’okubonaabona mu ngeri ez’enjawulo.

Tukimanyi bulungi nti abaana baffe bangi abawala bayisibwa bubi nga banoonya emirimu era zino ensonga zituuka bulungi ku bakulembeze naye tebafuddeyo okuteekawo amateeka aganaakola ku mbeera eyo era n’okulwanyisa ebbula ly’emirimu.

Kinakuwaza nnyo okuwulira okweyongera kw’abakyala abattibwa, abalala babonaabona mu ngeri ez’enjawulo, era wano wetwebuuza nti abantu baffe banaddukira wa okutaasibwa embeera nga zino.

Twongera okwewuunya nga police egenda mu maaso n’okunoonyereza naye nga okunoonyerea okwo tekukoma, ate nga ebivudde mu kunoonyereza nga tebyanjulwa era tewali abimanya.

Ensonga ng’ezo nendala ezirinnyirira eddembe ly’abakyala era nga zituuka n’okulemesa enkulaakulana zetaaga zikolebweko mu bwesimbu abantu baleme kuggwamu essuubi eri abakulembeze baabwe n’abantu abakuuma eddembe.

Nga maliriza njagala okwebaza ennyo abategesi b’omusomo guno olwaleero era nammwe mwenna abagwetabyemu”.

 

Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II signing an autograph on a chart to commission next year's Buganda Women's conference

The queen of Buganda Kingdom Sylvia Nagginda rallied women to embrace personal hygiene and act as role models to their children.

Speaking at the opening of the 6th Buganda Women’s Conference in Kampala, Her Royal Highness Sylvia Nagginda said that most aspects of personal hygiene are common to both sexes, but women also have some special considerations and these are related to the way their bodies are built as well as common lifestyle activities.

Nnabagereka further encouraged women to spare time and rest.

“Despite the activities you do, spare time and have a rest so that you have a good health, that is when you shall be productive, she added.

She noted this year’s theme for the Conference Holistic women’s health a boost to sustainable development, is an indicator that females must pay special attention to these areas, as well as overall cleanliness, as part of a thorough personal hygiene routine and development.