Kyaddondo
Kabaka’s Lake is a man-made lake and is believed to be one of the largest of its kind in Africa. The construction of the lake started in 1885 on the orders of King Mwanga II and the chief foreman was Kaggwa Ndikumulaga. The lake was supposed to be a starting point connecting to Lake Victoria through a man-made channel, however the channel was never dug as the King faced rebellion and conflict from some of the foremen. The lake was used for canoe riding, security purposes and swimming; which King Mwanga II had a strong interest in.

A second attempt to complete the lake in 1887 was also abandoned because of the religious wars at the time and the King himself was forced to flee from
the capital.
• County Kyaddondo
• Sub-county Lubaga
• Parish Mmengo
• Ward Mmengo