By A.R. Dunbar
The booklet in brief tackles the historical past of the traditional country of Bunyoro-Kitara from which all conceptions of kingship in Uganda originated. The e-book 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 country of titanic measurement stretching from Tanganyika to Lake Rudolf and from Lake Naivasha to the Ituri woodland within the Congo. via adverse and unjustifiable conditions the state was once decreased via the British to its current quantity. half was once made into a separate nation, Toro, half was once 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 satisfaction and traditions and at the comparable time cherishes its unquenchable spirit of regaining its misplaced Counties.
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The complications of their way of life: guns, lamps, maroons: made them seem mysterious. Their desire for geographical exploration was incomprehensible. 1 The Batembuzi were probably the early Bahima originating from the north-east. They were a ruling minority who mixed little with the indigenous Bantu population. The Bachwezi were probably not different in origin from the other Bahima and were most likely to have been the most recent wave of invaders possibly bringing with them the fruits of a culture ultimately deriving from Meroe.
10 A contrary view has been expressed. The Babito who succeeded to the throne of Kitara after the Bachwezi were not Lwoo though they were connected with them on the maternal side. They were the descendants of Kyomya, a Muchwezi, and Nyatworo, daughter of Labongo of the Lwoo. Social, cultural and physical features distinguish the Babito from the Lwoo. Furthermore, the Lwoo never invaded or over-ran Kitara because good relations have always existed between Kitara and the northern peoples. If there was an occupation, it was voluntary.
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A History of Bunyoro-Kitara by A.R. Dunbar