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Author: Michael Twaddle
ISBN: 082141058X
Language: English
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Ohio University Press (December 15, 1993)
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Home Browse Books Book details, Kakungulu & the Creation of Uganda, 1868-1928. Kakungulu & the Creation of Uganda, 1868-1928. This study began in 1963 in a bicycle shed in eastern Uganda, where a local government official showed me a plaque prepared for erection at Budaka by British colonial administrators but rejected by the local people as no longer appropriate. The plaque ran thus: At this spot in the year 1901 the British flag was first hoisted by Semei Kakunguru, emissary and loyal servant of His Majesty the King. He built here a boma which was for a short time the headquarters of the district.

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The Journal of African History. Eastern African Studies). London: James Currey, 1993. Pp. ix + 310. £35 (ISBN 0-85255-710-8); £12. Volume 35 Issue 3. Life and Times of Kakungulu -. English Français. The Journal of African History.

See book: Michael Twaddle, Kakungulu and the Creation of Uganda, 1868 - 1928, James Currey Lt. London, 1993, page 284. ^ See book: John S. Mbiti, African Religions and Philosophy, East African Educational Publishers Lt. Nairobi, 1994, pages 256–257

See book: Michael Twaddle, Kakungulu and the Creation of Uganda, 1868 - 1928, James Currey Lt. Nairobi, 1994, pages 256–257. For example, see a detailed article in English: Arye Oded, "The Bayudaya of Uganda, A portrait of an African Jewish Community", Journal of Religion in Africa, Volume VI, pages 167–186. com/Authors/Arye+Oded.

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This is a history of the early days of Uganda. The account has an African focus because it shows the British takeover through the experiences of an extraordinary leader.“At this spot in the year 1901 the British flag was first hoisted by Semei Kakanguru, emissary and loyal servant of His Majesty the King. He built here a boma which was for a short time the headquarters of the district. From this beginning came the establishment of peace and the development of orderly progress in this part of Uganda.”Michael Twaddle was shown this plaque in 1963 by a local government official who said “That man created the Uganda we Ugandans are fighting for today.” And yet the local people had had the plaque removed to a bicycle shed.How do people regard an African who had an active role in the creation of the imperial state? Was this man “a hero,” “a collaborator,” “a warlord”? The reaction of colonial officials was mixed. One considered him “…in point of general intelligence, progressive ideas and charm of manner…far above all other natives in the Protectorate…” Another dismissed him, along with his companions, as “no better than Masai or Nandi cattle lifters.” And yet another viewed him as “undoubtedly...a partial religious maniac.”The story of this man is an example of the dilemma for a whole generation of East Africans at the turn of the last century. This book has been compared in its importance to Shepperson’s and Price’s Independent African.