A team of royals from the Kingdom of eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) was in Uganda to witness the Busoga Royal Wedding were the Kyabazinga of Busoga His Majesty William Nadiope wedded Inebantu Jovia Mutesi in Jinja.
The eSwatini princes were led by HRH Prince Sicalo Diamini and HEH Prince Bandzile Diamin. After the festivities in Busoga, the Southern African royals stayed in the country to enjoy the beauty and goodness of Uganda.
The Kyabazinga welcomed the visitors to his private home in Buziga, Kampala, and thanked them for accepting the invite that evening on a short notice. He thereby introduced the Queen to the visitors.
He expressed his appreciation to the King of Eswatini for a positive response to the invitation and also noted that he sent through a very able team.
He noted that this visit should kick start a whole new chapter of collaboration between the Busoga Kingdom and Eswatini kingdom.
The Princes of Eswatini thanked the King for the invitations both for the wedding and the private visit at his private home. They relayed the King’s appreciation for the invitation and in turn promised to payback the favor.
They noted that Uganda is such a beautiful country and Jinja in particular. They were also in agreement of the proposal of progressing the relationship between the two kingdoms an initiative to be driven by Ambassador Quillino Bamwine, the Honorary Consul of Eswatini in Uganda.
Amb. Bamwine also hosted the Royal Princes, who are sons to Eswatini’s King Mswati III. Earlier in the day, the delegation led by His Excellency Bamwine met Chairman MK Movement and Senior Presidential Adviser for Special Operations, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba.
The Eswatini Princes, HRH Prince Sicalo Dlamini and his brother HRH Prince Bandzile Dlamini had fruitful deleliberations with General MK. Gen Kainerugaba’s meeting with the princes follows a previous visit earlier this year, when King Mswati III hosted Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba at his palace in the South African nation.
Gen. Kainerugaba expressed profound appreciation for the opportunity to meet the monarch who graciously welcomed him to his palace.“Very honored to have met His Majesty King Mswati III of Eswatini recently.
He is an exceptional monarch. Uganda and Eswatini relations are robust,” Gen. Kainerugaba shared on Twitter following the meeting with King Mswati.The two countries have upheld strong diplomatic ties, notably underscored by King Mswati’s appointment of an honorary consul in Uganda in 2020.