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On 3rd June 1886, 25 young men (13 Anglicans and 12 Catholic), pages of the court of King Mwanga II of Buganda, were burned to death at Namugongo for their refusal to renounce Christianity.

Uganda Martyrs’ Museum, Namugongo (Namugongo Shrine) was first recognized by Joshua Serufusa-Zake (1884-25 June 1985) when he was the Sabaddu of Kira Sub-County. He constructed a structure at the Namugongo site, where the current shrines were later built for prayer…

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Commonwealth Parliamentarians Visit Namugongo

Visiting Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference delegates had a field day visiting major attractions such as the Namugongo Martyrs Anglican Museum as part of their excursion during the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference. The Museum site was selected as it provides unique tourist value to the visitors.
Namugongo martyrs museum is a historical site near Kampala where in June 1886, the then Kabaka of Buganda, Mwanga II...

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