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Kabaka’s Homecoming: Buganda King Ends Secretive Namibia Sojourn, Returns to Uganda


According to trusted sources has releaved to this publication of TV10GanoMazima, that the Kabaka of Buganda, His Majesty Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, is nearing the end of his four-month-long medical treatment in a secluded Namibian facility, located approximately 8 hours away from the capital city of Windhoek. The King’s health has been steadily improving, and his medical team is expected to discharge him mid-month, marking a significant milestone in his recovery journey.”

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At the time we uncovered this sensitive information, a delegation of clan leaders was coincidentally stranded in Namibia, where they had traveled to pay their respects to their revered leader, the Kabaka. The timing of our discovery dovetailed with their frustrating experience, as they were unable to meet with the Kabaka due to his ongoing medical treatment. This confluence of events has shed light on the secrecy surrounding the Kabaka’s health and the kingdom’s inner workings.

According to sources close to the royal family, while the Kabaka’s discharge from the Namibian facility is imminent, his return to Uganda will be delayed. Instead, he will either relocate to Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia, or travel to another country for further medical evaluation and care.

This development comes as Kabaka and his care takers are waiting for what next as their current visas to stay in Namibia  is set to expire on July 24th, 2024, although an extension can be readily arranged if needed. The King’s medical team is taking a cautious approach to ensure his continued recovery and well-being.”

Additionally, sources suggest that the Kabaka’s return to Uganda may be imminent, as he is expected to fulfill certain cultural obligations before the upcoming coronation anniversary on July 31st. This has fueled speculation that he may be back in Uganda by July 31st, a significant date marking the anniversary of his coronation.

Meanwhile, the four clan leaders who traveled to Namibia to pay their respects to the Kabaka have established a base in Windhoek, the capital city, eagerly awaiting his discharge and the opportunity to meet with him. Their presence underscores the importance of the Kabaka’s health and well-being to the Buganda Kingdom

According to credible sources, the Kabaka personally declined the clan leaders’ request to meet with him at his rehabilitation facility, citing his doctors’ advice to minimize disturbances and ensure a smooth recovery.

However, following intervention from the President’s office, the clan leaders’ visas were extended, granting them an opportunity to meet with the Kabaka after his discharge, a gesture that underscores the importance of their visit and the high-level support it has garnered.

The Kabaka’s prolonged medical treatment in Namibia has left him out of reach for nearly two months, sparking widespread concern and anxiety among his subjects both in Uganda and abroad. The lack of clear communication from the Mengo administration has only added to the distress, with inconsistent statements fuelling speculation and frustrating the kingdom’s followers. This information vacuum has created a sense of uncertainty, underscoring the need for a clear and authoritative update on the Kabaka’s health and well-being.

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