The culture history of the Kingdom of Buganda
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- ‘Keep Norms’
- New Vision (Kampala), 29 May 2001. Kabaka
(King) Ronald Mutebi, appeals for the preservation of
traditional culture (brief).
- Prayer Drama At Kiseego's
- By Hassan Badru Zziwa, The Monitor
(Kampala), 15 August 2000. Because he was atheist, SC
Villa Chairman (Technical) Alex Kiseego Mugerwa requested
there be no prayers at his burial. Instead of breaking
entirely with tradition, mourners sang traditional
- Muslims Stopped
- By Hillary Nsambu, New Vision (Kampala),
17 August 2001. The High Court yesterday stopped Muslims
from constructing a mosque on Amasiro, Buganda's
traditional burial grounds, at Mayangayanga, Mukono. The
injunction was brought by Princess Naalinnya Ndagire.