TOP
Sunday,November 18,2018 00:44 AM
  • Home
  • National
  • Kadaga visits Busoga shrine for thanksgiving

Kadaga visits Busoga shrine for thanksgiving

By Moses Bikala, Isaac Baligema, Abou Kisige

Added 23rd May 2016 09:12 AM

Kadaga comes from the royal Baiseigaga clan, the biggest in Busoga, which is believed to have its roots at Nhenda hill, where all clan members are mandated to visit at least once a year to either pray for their desires or to thank the gods

Kadaga 703x422

Kadaga (wearing blue jeans) climbing Nhenda hill. Photo by Moses Bikala

Kadaga comes from the royal Baiseigaga clan, the biggest in Busoga, which is believed to have its roots at Nhenda hill, where all clan members are mandated to visit at least once a year to either pray for their desires or to thank the gods

A day after retaining her position as the Speaker of the 10th Parliament unopposed, Rebecca Kadaga on Saturday went to her clan roots (Enkuni) at Nhenda hill.

Nhenda hill is found in Nakigo sub-county, Iganga district. Kadaga comes from the royal Baiseigaga clan, the biggest in Busoga, which is believed to have its roots at Nhenda hill, where all clan members are mandated to visit at least once a year to either pray for their desires or to thank the gods for their achievements.

Find details in the New Vision newspaper or subscribe for the Epaper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Related Articles

More From The Author

Related articles