Wild Heart African safaris

“..The Kingdom of Uganda is a fairy tale. The scenery is different, the climate is different and most of all, the people are different from anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa….what message I bring back….concentrate upon Uganda – The Pearl of Africa.”Winston Churchill (My African Journey – 1908) Uganda is...
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The lands that constituted Mpororo were formerly part of the Chwezi empire until its dissolution in the sixteenth century. Before the middle of the seventeenth century, the area that became Mpororo – the land of the Hororo – was known as Ndorwa and formed the southern province of the kingdom of Busongora. During the reign...
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The Babito (Start of Bunyoro-Kitara) Their First leader was Isingoma Mbuga Rukidi (who had a twin brother Kato Kimera, who is believed to be the ancestor of Buganda Kingdom).The Babito accepted much of the culture of their predecessors but they brought certain features of their own, like the use of empako, pet names. Over time,...
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The Bachwezi(1300AD-1600AD Approx) The Demi-gods Their rule was started by Ndahula upon spearing his grandfather, Bukuku. The Bachwezi are believed to have had powers and were miraculous. Over time, they were filled with evil and their demi-god powers started moving away from them. One day, their beloved cow Bihogo died (as had been prophesied that...
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The Batembuzi (1000BC-1300AD) The Batembuzi are believed to have fallen from heaven (were not born). They were the 1st inhabitants of the Interlucustrine region (of E.Africa) and had miraculous powers. Their 1st ruler was Ruhanga (god), assisted by his brother Nkya to govern earth-Bunyoro. Nkya had 4 sons: Kakama-Twale, Kairu, Kahima and Kantu. Kakama was...
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