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- Nnabagereka Off to The United States To Meet With Ugandan Diaspora The Nnabagereka is on an official visit of the United States in an effort to promote the role of culture in Africa's development as well as to promote and raise awareness for cancer research and the Nnabagereka Development Foundation (NDF).
- Acholi want more prominent role for Mato Oput The moral question is if all other attempts have been tried and failed, why doesn't the world listen to voices of people who say we are ready to forgive? We do not need cosmetic justice but need real peace that is long lasting, not grave yard peace where after every one is dead there is peace.
- Obushera Butooko Usually sipped from enkyeeka (a small gourd) or a half litre mug (usually called gamma), obushera butookoo has for long been the Bakiga's favorite thirst quencher.
- Kuukaala Ipaalu: Not a man until you have done it among the Bagisu Members of the Gisu Parliament, the candidates, family members, surgeons and well-wishers from all over Bugisu indulge in the kadodi (indigenous dance) to local songs accompanied with drumming until dawn. It is always a celebration of unity and mass circumcision is performed...
- Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Nikah, The Nubian Marriage Although all Nubians are Moslems, the first bride has the option of demanding that the groom never takes on another wife.
- Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Okuzaaliibwa Mumaka in Busoga After getting familiar with the visitors, the hosting spokesman mentions a set of conditions and expectations upon which the issue of bride price can be discussed.
- Funerals Among the Bagwere The mourning period can take as long as three to seven days, climaxing with okunaaba, a ritual where different herbs are pounded, mixed with water and sprinkled over all mourners.
- Women file petition against bride price in Uganda's Constitutional Court Many Ugandans agree that the culture of bride price payment has become extremely commercialised, with parents looking at their daughters as monetary reserves.
- Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Nyom - The Acholi Marriage The Acholi are arguably Uganda's third largest tribe.
- AJON: The Centuries Old Drink from the Itesots The Ateso continue to sip their ajon with pride.
- The Uganda Museum: The Custodian of Uganda's Heritage Despite the fact that the museum is about 4kms from Kampala city centre, few Ugandans visit it.
- Kasubi Tombs An architectural marvel.
- Princess Faith Rukidi of Bunyoro I would love to hear from other respectful modeling companies.