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Bwamba traditional dances

We are still developing the link. Kindly try Google search, go to youtube and write in Bwamba dances or simply Bwamba. Enjoy some of the folk and traditional dances such as Luma, Makphu and Doomo Read More »

Heads of Clans in Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

Heads of Clans in Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba NAME: CLAN: 01 Mr. Baker Samuel B Babandi 02 Mr.Mudhele Salim Basu 03 Rev. Suuza Acleo Batalinga 04 Mr. Bakecura Cornelius Banyamwela 05 Rev. Yovani Mutoghwabo Balungu 06 Mr.Ngugha Yostasi Baseghiya 07 Mr.Kisembo Sulait M. Bawiisa 08 Mr.Gabriel Bacurana Bandimbuka 09 Mr. Limbaponi Yowasi Bahombi 10 Mr.Bakawerayo Hillary Balirehe 11 Mr. Ngeye Stephen ... Read More »

Founder members of Bamba-Babwisi Elders Development Association (BBEDA)

BBEDA FOUNDER MEMBERS 1. Bamwitirebye Fulgensio 2. Kamuhanda N Tomasi 3. Sibugyo Gideon Katuramu 4. Suuza Acleo 5. Bakecura Coronelious 6. Ngirisi Kosia 7. Kamero Elasto 8. Amon Seruboyo (RIP) 9. Rukilo Andrea (RIP) 10. Katongole James 11. Betamirwe Nsunga Isaya 12. Nkayarwa Stephen Jibi 13. Muhindi Fobyano (RIP) 14. Ndigyaha John 15. Baker Samuel 16. Rukurato Syliver 17. Kyomuhendo ... Read More »

Rwenzururu founder members in Bundibugyo

RWENZURURU FOUNDER MEMBERS/ VETERANS 1. Yeremiya Kawamara (RIP) 2. Petero K. Mupalya (RIP) 3. Henrey Mbilika (RIP) 4. Ndyezika Sirwano (RIP) 5. Andeleya Lukilo (RIP) 6. Yositansi K. Komungalo 7. Husseni Mucakambi (RIP) 8. Obadiah Kidungu 9. Erinest Rupanjura 10. Yozefu Kibhebhelo Dugu 11. Erinest Kyambiyo 12. Bukansinga (RIP) 13. Kisiili Mwangata (RIP) 14. Kisiili.(RIP) 15. Jailesi Mukubwa (RIP) 16. ... Read More »

List of clans in Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

LIST OF CLANS OF BAMBA, VANUMA AND BABWISI AS AT 1926 01 Babandi 02 Basu 03 Batalinga 04 Banyamwela 05 Balungu 06 Baseghiya 07 Bawiisa 08 Bandimbuka 09 Bahombi 10 Balirehe 11 Banseelu 12 Baboni 13 Bahundu 14 Bamate 15 Bhahanda 16 Bhandimanga 17 Bhatolu 18 Bhakuteele 19 Bhanyangule 20 Bhajimbula 21 Bhandinibe 22 Bhabhila 23 Bhamaga 24 Ba_hula 25 ... Read More »

Aims and objectives of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

Under Chapter Two of the Constitution of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba, this cultural institutions is established to specifically pursue the following aims and objectives; 01 To establish and maintain an institutional framework for the institution of the cultural leadership of Obudhingiya Bawa Bwamba. 02 To initiate, stimulate, support and maintain cultural and social unity and cooperation among the ethnic communities (Banabudhingiya) ... Read More »

Obudhingiya Executive Council (Ministries)

Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba has a number of portfolios of the Executive Council (Ministers) for the smooth running of the institution. The specific ministers to occupy these positions at any one time are appointed by Omudhingiya and approved by Kusei, the Cultural Council which serves as the institution’s parliament or Rukaloto Lukulu Currently the following portfolios are designated in the structure ... Read More »

Attorney and Minister for Constitutional Affairs

Among the members of the Executive Council (cabinet ministers) of Obudhingiya is a legal brain specifically in place to serve as an Attorney qualified to practice as an Advocate of the Courts of Judicature and has so practised or gained the necessary experience for not less than five years. The Attorney General is the principal legal advisor of Obudhingiya and ... Read More »

Council of Elders (Bakulu b’Entula/Abataka) of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

There is a Council of Elders (Bakulu B’Entula or Bataka) of all the clans consisting of ethnic communities in Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba. The Council consists of clan leaders, each representing one of the 25 clans of Obudhingiya. The Council is headed by Esimudhingiya or Head of Clans. Esimudhingiya is elected from among the members of the Elders Council. The functions ... Read More »

Cultural Council (Kusei) of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

There is a body known as the Supreme Cultural Council or Kusei of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba. It is legislative and policy making body of the cultural institution. The work of Kusei is to protect the Constitution of the institution and promote the development, peace, transparency and democratic governance of Obudhingiya as a whole. Kusei holds each and every office or ... Read More »