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The Basongora: A Pastoralist People of Uganda

In this article, we will look at the Basongora people's history, culture, and cu...

The Reli Tribe

In this article, we delve into the lesser-explored aspects of the Ugandan Reli t...

The Gimara Tribe

This article discusses their history, customs, and contributions to the region. ...

Basoga: The People of the Nile

The Basoga are renowned for their hospitality, singing and dancing, crafts and a...

The Baruuli: A Forgotten Tribe

The Baruuli, also known as the Baluuli (ethnonym: Baluuli; singular Muruuli), ar...

The Banyoro: A Proud and Ancient Tribe

The Banyoro are a proud and old tribe from Uganda with a rich and fascinating cu...

Banyarwanda: The Supra Ethnicity of Uganda

The Banyarwanda in Uganda are mainly the descendants of the people who lived in ...

Banyala: The Forgotten Tribe of Uganda

The Banyala (ethnonym: Banyala; singular Munyala) are a Bantu ethnic group nativ...

Batooro: The People of Tooro Kingdom

The Batoro trace their origin to the Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom, which was one of th...

Banyabindi: The Forgotten Tribe

The Banyabindi are one of the indigenous communities that inhabit the western re...

Bakonzo (Bakonjo): The Indigenous People of the Rwenzor...

The Bakonzo, Konjo (pl. Bakonzo, sing. Mukonzo), or Konzo are Bantu-speaking peo...

Bakiga: The People of the Mountains

The Bakiga, also known as the Kiga or Chiga, are an ethnic group that is predomi...

Bakenyi: A Bantu Tribe

The Bakenyi are believed to have originated from the Buganda central region, whe...

Bahororo: A Tribe with a Rich and Complex History

The Bahororo trace their roots to a short-lived kingdom called Mpororo, which ex...

The Bahehe: A Tribe with a Rich History and Culture

The Bahehe are a tribe in south-eastern Uganda, on Lake Victoria’s north-eastern...

The Bagwere

The Bagwere trace their origins to the ancient kingdom of Bunyoro, which was onc...