Ronald Edward Fredrick Kimera Muwenda Mutebi II
Ronald Edward Fredrick Kimera Muwenda Mutebi IIKing of Buganda
Ronald Edward Frederick Kimera Muwenda Mutebi II (born 13 April 1955) is the reigning Kabaka (also known as king) of the Kingdom of Buganda, a constitutional kingdom in modern-day Uganda. He is the 36th Kabaka of Buganda. He was appointed as UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador for Ending AIDS among men in the Eastern and Southern Africa with a special focus on Buganda Kingdom in Uganda
Charles Peter Mayiga
Charles Peter MayigaKatikkiro
Charles Peter Mayiga (born 1962) is a Ugandan lawyer, cultural leader and author. He is the current Katikkiro (Prime Minister) in the government of Buganda, a constitutional monarchy in present-day Uganda. He was appointed to that position by the reigning Kabaka of Buganda, His Majesty Muwenda Mutebi II of Buganda, in May 2013, replacing Engineer John Baptist Walusimbi

Historical Background

Buganda is located in the south-central region of the country known today as Uganda. This is right in the heart of Africa, astride the equator, and at the source of the great river Nile. The people of Buganda are referred to as Baganda (the singular form is Muganda), their language is referred to as Luganda, and they refer to their customs as Kiganda customs. Sometimes the generic term Ganda is used for all the above (especially by foreign scholars).

Cultural Practices

The people of Uganda are of different tribes and have unique Ethnic cultural practices in uganda which make them different and special from one another however much they are in the same geographical location. The 56 tribes in Uganda make it a destination of diverse culture and heritage. They have different culture and beliefs and these are seen through the way they organize ceremonies, rituals, how they carry out traditional practices and their different ways of singing and dancing with unique traditional equipments.Uganda has three main linguistic groups; the Bantu who are the dominant group are found in the central, western and southern parts of the country, the Nilotics and the Central Sudanic in the north, northeastern and the west Nile regions of Uganda. Tribes under each group speak languages that are closely related but they have different cultures, beliefs and practices.


Way of Dressing


Family and Gender status



Kingdom Leadership