Uganda Martyrs’ Day: The Kabaka Mwanga Unsuccessful Hunt

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It started from Mulungu. On Tuesday, 25th May 1886, a very excited Kabaka Mwanga suddenly decided to go hippocampus hunting. Unfortunately, the hippo was...

The Great Karamoja Museum

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If looks are anything to go by, one would be forgiven for omitting a visit to Karamoja museum off their itinerary. There is nothing...

Gipir and Labongo: A Journey into the Acholi and Alur Story

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Gipir and Labongo, what a time-old legend! Dating far back into the 15th Century, its climax sits atop a spot on the Albert Nile...

The Boy King: How Omukama Oyo Ascended the Tooro Throne

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When a three-and-a-half-year-old boy ascended the royal dais last year to become the undisputed titular head of the 180-year Toro Kingdom, those who witnessed...

The Back Ground of a Kanzu

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Kanzu is a Swahili word, you can call it "Omutega Nswera" in Luganda but the English word is Tunic, treasured by many men in...

Manyatta Huts: Uganda’s Emerald Among Corals

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Over the years, change has impacted enormous economic developments. Uganda has joined the league of the fastest growing economies of the world, but this...

Imbalu: How to Change from Boys to Men

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Every August, many Bagisu or Bamasaba boys are figuratively initiated into manhood. Bagisu inhabit the western and southern halves of Mount Elgon in eastern...

The traditional dance for the Bakonzo Culture

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The Bakonzo sometimes called Banandi is a group of the Bantu-speaking people living in the districts of Kasese, Bundibgyo, Bunyangabu, and the Eastern Democratic...

Nhenda Hill of Fortunes, Eastern Uganda

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Busoga Kingdom has over 350 clans most of which claim to have originated from Bunyoro Kingdom. One such clan is the Igaga Clan, the...

The Acholi Pot Dance: A Pride and Elegant Pot Affair

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A dance with pots. Herein the ladies rave with several pots lined up vertically atop their heads. But that’s a basic description; there is...

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