She passed away on Monday at her home in Kabowa in Lubaga Division.
The late Nalinya Nakabili was daughter of late Ssekabaka Daudi Chwa and sister to late Ssekabaka Edward Mutesa and paternal aunt to Kabaka Ronald Mutebi.
She died at the age of 86 years after she fainted in the corridor of her house.
The President who visited the family yesterday at Kabowa conveyed his condolences to the bereaved family.
The bereaved family members appreciated the President’s condolences upon the passing on of Nalinya Nakabili and thanked him for visiting them to share in their profound grief at this difficult time when they have lost their dear one.
After paying his condolences and while on the way to Entebbe, President Museveni’s convoy was held back by the residents of Kabowa Central Zone in Lubaga Division who appealed to him to direct for them the establishment of a Police Post in the area in order to fight the high rate iron bars wielding thugs that have of late occasioned terror on the people of the area.
At least seven businessmen have lately been shot dead in several parts of Kampala, creating an era of insecurity in the central region.
The President promised to liaise with IGP Gen. Kale Kayihura to restore sanity in the area.
Dozens have been killed in Kampala in the recent months by iron bar hit-men and gunmen.
Police statistics show that at least one person is murdered in Uganda every day.
The residents of Kabowa also complained to the President over the poor condition of roads in their locality over which they called for government intervention.