Ssuuna II of Buganda

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Ssuuna II Kalema Kasinjo Mukaabya Sekkyungwa Muteesa Sewankambo Walugembe Mig'ekyaamye Lukeberwa Kyetutumula Magulunyondo Luwambya Omutanda Sseggwanga was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda from 1832 until 1856.wikipedia
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Kabaka of Buganda

Kabakacomplete listKing of Buganda
Ssuuna II Kalema Kasinjo Mukaabya Sekkyungwa Muteesa Sewankambo Walugembe Mig'ekyaamye Lukeberwa Kyetutumula Magulunyondo Luwambya Omutanda Sseggwanga was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda from 1832 until 1856.

Mulago

Mulago Hill
He established his capital on Mulago Hill.
"Mulago was derived from the Ganda word 'omulago', a type of medicine, kept on this hill that was used by King Suna II for protection against spirits. The landmark on this ... hill is Mulago Hospital. Built in 1917, Old Mulago Hospital merged with the New Mulago Hospital in 1960 to form a giant complex that is the national referral hospital. The complex also houses Makerere University Medical School."

Kamaanya of Buganda

KamaanyaKabaka Kamaanya Kadduwamala
He was the son of Kabaka Kamaanya Kadduwamala, Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned between 1814 and 1832.
His son Suuna II, executed fifty eight (58) of his brothers during his reign.

Muteesa I of Buganda

Muteesa IMutesa I of BugandaMutesa I
He was the son of Kabaka Ssuuna II Kalema Kasinjo, Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned between 1832 and 1856.

Buganda

Kingdom of BugandaBuganda KingdomBuganda Region
Ssuuna II Kalema Kasinjo Mukaabya Sekkyungwa Muteesa Sewankambo Walugembe Mig'ekyaamye Lukeberwa Kyetutumula Magulunyondo Luwambya Omutanda Sseggwanga was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda from 1832 until 1856.

Wife

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His mother was Nakkazi Kannyange, the twenty-third (23rd) of his father's thirty-eight (38) wives.

Enthronement

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He ascended to the throne upon the death of his father in 1832, having executed all his brothers in order to remain as the sole heir.

Throne

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He ascended to the throne upon the death of his father in 1832, having executed all his brothers in order to remain as the sole heir.

Death

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He ascended to the throne upon the death of his father in 1832, having executed all his brothers in order to remain as the sole heir.

Capital city

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He established his capital on Mulago Hill.

Smallpox

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Kabaka Ssuuna II died from smallpox, at Wamala, in October 1856.

Kampala

Kampala, UgandaKampala DistrictKampala Capital City Authority
It is a thirty-minute drive from Kampala along Kampala-Hoima Road.

Hoima

Hoima districtHoima Municipal Council
It is a thirty-minute drive from Kampala along Kampala-Hoima Road.