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Obudhingiya traditional spirits for worship and consultation

MALIINA GHAA MI̱LI̱MU̱ YA BABWISI NA BAMBA 1. Baghwejiba 2. Nakala 3. Elungu 4. Namujuna 5. Luhanga 6. Mulyome 7. Ngoou̱we 8. Aluta 9. Ndyoka 10. Namujunga 11. Kamangana 12. Nambaijo 13. Kamalampaka 14. Kiloghoji 15. Namulimi 16. Bhitoto 17. Mukila 18. Katabaali 19. Wasana 20. Mankini 21. Mugheluula 22. Kengeina 23. Ndibanindola Read More »

Obudhingiya folk stories

BADU̱BHA OBU̱U̱LI̱YA Mubulya Wilson Haanu̱ma ya myaka joo Kongo emali̱ye kutunga kwelema, mu kyalo kya Katuwa e Bhutembo bakatunga mughenu̱ mujungu mu miisonale. Mujungu oghu akaba alu̱ghi̱ye Bungeleeja ali na myaka 79 ya bukulu. Mali̱i̱na ghe aaniiye Charles Rollings. Mbyaluwa sya mukyalo eki syabu̱ghagha lunande/Lukonjo. Bamui mu bo bakaba bamani̱ye Kiswahi̱li̱ na basomi̱ye bamani̱ye Lufulansa. Na Rollings aabu̱ghagha lujungu lwonkaha. ... Read More »

Obudhingiya riddles (Bikolokombania)

Obudhingiya folk ridles (Bhikolokombania) KOLO, KOLO Dhiyo 1. Hu̱u̱ na hu̱u̱? Ki̱bhi̱ kya mughumba 2. Kaajughila bu̱lengeeli̱ya? Mu̱su̱li̱ ghwa musakaali̱ 3. Kati̱ki̱na pete? Mulogho haa kongo 4. Ondoli̱yeki nkwisa e waawe? Mulyango 5. NGaali masano? Njoka kuniina etali na maghulu. 6. Eti nai̱ti? Tookusobola kuheteka ngabo mu buhiya 7. Kini kikansweki̱ya? Kutakila mu kanu̱wa mali̱gha ghabbudhukila mu maaso/nkoko njelu kubyala ... Read More »

Obudhingiya folk songs

Obudhingiya folk songsNkaba ningenda Nkaba ningenda e waa Taata Nkaba ningenda e waa Taata Naasanga bu̱noni̱ bubili mu njila Kali̱ kati bususa bi̱ti̱ya Na kali̱ kati, bususa bu̱ti̱ya Kali̱ kati, ‘butukuula Na kali̱ kati butukuula Kali̱ kati ‘ee…. Nakali̱ kati ‘ee…. Naalasi̱ye njenje mu kutui Naalulukana njenje munda Kamucole, kamucole Kamucole, kamucole Mubulya A Wilson Mukuwe ali e kaanu̱ma Mukuwe ... Read More »

VANUMA CLAN

Background The Vanuma came from Democratic Republic of Congo in the year 1992 and by then Congo was under the rule of “Bajungu Balelege” (Belgians). There were no any other rulers separately from the Belgians and this government of the Belgians within D.R. Congo setup a law which stated that all local people where to stay in the same vicinity ... Read More »

BAWIISA CLAN

Background The Bawisa are believed to have migrated from Bunyoro into the present day Bwamba from Kyamuhingo`s family. There great grandfather was called Nsila Muwisa, named after his work of “Kuwisa” iron smelting. The reason to why Nsila-Muwisa moved away from the Kyomuhingo family was because he had lost his wife the mother to his only daughter Magambhilane. He is ... Read More »

BANYAMWELA CLAN

Introduction The Banyamwera clan is part of the Twenty five (25) clans of the Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba (OBB) cultural institution. The Banyamwera clan is made up of 12 sub-clans namely, 1.Bandikusaama 2.Bandibunyata 3.Bandikibaate 4.Basenge 5.Bandibhundu 6.Bandikiroro 7.Bandirusiya 8.Bandimukano 9.Bandimboyo 10.Babumbuku 11.Bamengu 12.Bandisyome Background Kitara is the father of Mwera and Murungu who originally stayed in Bunyoro being Munyoro. In Bunyoro ... Read More »

BALUNGU CLAN

Background The Balungu came from Bunyangabu found in Toro kingdom and moved through Rwenzori Mountain there father Elungu produced seven (7) children named Bughiyo, kataama, Mugombuwa, Kayanja, Mbaali, Nyama and lastly Kauka. Elungu died in Bulungu in Toro kingdom (Kabarole District, Bunyangabu county). His seven children migrated from Bulungu and settled on the slopes of mount Rwenzori. The slopes were ... Read More »

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