Traditional Marriages in Uganda

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Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Nikah, The Nubian MarriageTraditional 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 BusogaTraditional 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.
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Nyom - The Acholi MarriageTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Nyom - The Acholi Marriage
The Acholi are arguably Uganda's third largest tribe.

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Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Marriages in Buganda- KwanjulaTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Marriages in Buganda- Kwanjula
A Munyoro takes on a Kwanjula Mission.
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Youth Embracing Cross-Cultural MarriageTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Youth Embracing Cross-Cultural Marriage

Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Okukiriza - Kidnapping Girls for MarriageTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Okukiriza - Kidnapping Girls for Marriage
The practice called Okukiriza (lifting) is common among the Banyankole pastoralists who do not want to follow the right procedures of marriage, and even more so when a man thinks the family of the girl will refuse their marriage proposal.
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Ankole StyleTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Ankole Style
...among the Bahima (section of the Banyankole) girls who were about the age of marriage were forced to feed on milk until they were very heavy. “They could barely walk,” an Ankole elder once joked during an introduction ceremony.
Kasubi TombsKasubi Tombs
An architectural marvel.











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