A History of Bunyoro-Kitara by A.R. Dunbar

By A.R. Dunbar

The e-book in brief tackles the heritage of the traditional country of Bunyoro-Kitara from which all conceptions of kingship in Uganda originated. The booklet has been written in the course of the time in which I have been the King ruling in the succession of my ancestors. Kitara used to be a nation of immense measurement stretching from Tanganyika to Lake Rudolf and from Lake Naivasha to the Ituri wooded area within the Congo. via negative and unjustifiable situations the state used to be decreased by means of the British to its current quantity. half was once made into a separate state, Toro, half used to be given to the former Belgian Congo and half used to be entrusted to Buganda—hence our misplaced Counties. In spite of being small the dominion nonetheless keeps its cultural delight and traditions and at the similar time cherishes its unquenchable spirit of regaining its misplaced Counties.

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Bikunya. op. , pp. 40-41. Nyakatura. op. , p. 72. "Fisher, op. , pp. 115-116, 123. "Gorju. op. , p. 61. Morris, op. , p. 23. Iremera was a Murisa from Buhweju. W. (1935). op. cit. 18 Fisher, op. , pp. 117-118. Bikunya. , p. 43. Bikunya confirms the drums Kajumba and Nyalebe. W. (1935). op. cit. W. confirms that the drums were left in the hands of Mubimba of the Basita clan. "Nyakatura. op. , pp. 76, 82-83. 15 Bikunya. op. , pp. 55-56. W. (1936). op. cit. ie Gorju. op. , pp. 58-60. "Bikunya. op.

Emin Pasha and Bunyoro-Kitara. Uganda J. 24, 71-83. "Fisher, op. , p. 172. 3 CONCLUSION FOR what they are worth these traditions have been handed down to posterity and it seems fair enough to infer that they must have been based upon something. The Bachwezi must have had some meaning for the people of Kitara because the first European travellers were thought to be the Bachwezi who had returned. They appeared to know the country, to require no direction and to show no fear. They had no respect even for the greatest chief.

55-56. W. (1936). op. cit. ie Gorju. op. , pp. 58-60. "Bikunya. op. , pp. 37-38. "Crazzolara (1950). op. , p. 106. "Ibid. pp. 107-112. A. , Omukama of Bunyoro-Kitara, personal communication. W. (1936). op. cit. Fisher, op. , p. 121. Mrs. Fisher confirms the administrative arrangements. W. (1936). op. W. (1937), op. cit. ''Nyakatura. op. , pp. 82-128. W. (1937). op. cit. "'Oliver (1955). op. cit. 26 Masamba is called Dunego by Mrs. Fisher and by Gorju. Fisher, op. , pp. 134-137. Gorju. op. , p. 61.

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