Nnaabagereka Launches Autobiography. Describes the Process ‘Daunting’
By Conslata Taaka
The Queen of Buganda Kingdom Her Royal Highness the Nnaabagereka Sylvia Nagginda Luswata has launched her autobiography book, detailing how an ordinary girl, lived a mysterious life to finally become the queen of an 800year old Kingdom.
Nnaabagereka has extended great appreciation to her husband also the king of Buganda His Majesty Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II for the tremendous support towards the writing of the autobiography.
Nnaabagereka describes the journey of documenting the story as a daunting process to an extent she had never imagined.
“In the process of telling your story, you may inadvertently affect other people. It is also a highly sensitive process and therefore I have been deliberate not to be detrimental. However, If I have disappointed or hurt anyone in this process, I ask that you forgive me because it was never the intention”
While launching the book at Sheraton Hotel Kampala, HRH The Nnaabagereka asked that her story is not an ordinary one therefore “read it with your own eye, don’t let others read it for you”.
The book has received tremendous reviews from prominent readers in the country.
The US ambassador to Uganda Natalie Brown has described the book as so inspiring with amazing lessons to the girl child.
Robert Kabushenga says the book has been written for men to reconnect with their daughters.
Jackie Asiimwe says the book is exceptional because it brings out the person, the world has not known in the Nnaabagereka.
“it’s Okay to be queen at home and queen of the world”. Said Asiimwe.
The Autobiography details Nnaabagereka’s life as a baby born in the UK to her life in Nkumba with her grand parents, how she met the King Ronald Mutebi II and the trials she has endured as the reigning Nnaabagereka.