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The first Supreme Council was inaugurated by Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II on 19th June 1991 and held its first official seating on Thursday 27th June, 1991 at 2:00 pm at Radiant House, Kampala former Katende Ssempebwa & CO. Advocate Chambers. It should membered that by that time in 1991, Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II was referred to as the Ssaabataka since he had not been coroneted as King of Buganda. This Council was set up to administer the day to day running of the Kingdom. It was comprised of the following members. The Council was later widened to become the current Buganda Lukiiko.

1.    Joseph P. Musoke (Deceased)            Chairperson

2.    Besweri K.L Mulondo                         1st Vice Chairperson

3.    Ndugwa Grace Semakula Musoke        2nd Vice Chairperson

4.    Sheik Ali Kulumba(Deceased)              3rd Vice Chairperson

5.    Rev. D.S Kimbugwe Kajumba              Secretary General

6.    John W. Katende                                Legal & Planning

7.    Henry Kayondo(Deceased)                        Treasurer

8.    Kibaale Nadduli                                          Member

9.    Robert Sebunnya                                         Member

10.    Namuguzi Hajji Kateregga(Deceased)            Member

11.    Nnalongo Senteza Kajubi(Deceased)            Member

12.    Prof. Apollo Nsibambi                               Member

13.    Mbaziira Frank Kisala                                Member

14.    Hajji Mahabuba Semakalu                               Member

15.    Rev. Polycarp Kakooza(Deceased)                    Member

16.    Kafeero Mbaziira(Deceased)                             Member

17.    Eng. J.B  Walusimbi                                          Member

18.    George W. Sentamu Gyagenda(Deceased)        Member

The Council was tasked to foster unity, promote Buganda`s Cultural heritage and speared the economic and social advancement for the people of Buganda

Pioneer Civil Servants during Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II Regime

1.    Charles Peter Mayiga

2.    David Ntege

3.    Ethel Ssemwaya Musoke

4.    Lilian Nabwami