BBNAC’19 Memorial Day Weekend | Don’t Miss Buganda Bumu North American Biennial Convention – Alexandria, Virginia

Posted May 18, 2019 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Buganda Bumu North American Convention ~ 3,348 views


Convention Countdown – The Chief guests at BBNAC’19: Princess Nalinnya Victoria Nkinzi will deliver Ssaabasajja Kabaka’s message. Prince Daudi Kintu Wasajja to accompany the Princess. Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga leading the delegation and accompanied by several Ministers from Mengo government.

Some of the main topics to be presented:

  • Opening Ceremonies on Saturday morning include Ssaabasajja Kabaka’s message to be delivered by Princess Nalinnya Victoria Nkinzi
  • The Youth: Buganda’s Future to be presented by Minister for Buganda’s Affairs Abroad, Owe’ek. Joseph Kawuki
  • Clans are the Engine of Buganda to be presented by Omutaka Kayiira Gajuule
  • Silent Killer Diseases; Nutrition and Life Styles: Prof. James Ntambi
  • Mental Health: Expert Panelists’ presentations followed by Q&A and open discussion. Panel includes Dr. Sebastian Ssempijja, Dr. Anita Mwalui and Ms. Rhona Mutibwa (A Personal story).
  • Land Matters: Endabirira n’enzirukanya y’ettaka mu Buganda: Omukungu Simon Kabogoza and Ow’ek.David Male Kyewalabye
  • Financial Planning for Youth and Young Adults – Panelists (breakaway session)
  • If I Knew Then What I Know Now (A Panel discussion). A conversation between Parents, Youth, and Young Adults:

Royal Dinner with Closing Ceremonies and Key Note Address: What does Buganda mean to me? By Katikkiro, Charles Peter Mayiga.

Take advantage to tour some of the Top-Rated Tourists attractions of Nation’s Capital below at cost of $50 per person. Tours planned for Friday, 5/24/2019 and/or Mon., 5/27/2019 – Bus from the Hotel


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