Category Archives: African Culture

Somali Weddings

This article is the third in a series of articles about Aafrican Culture and has been written by Runn Abdi a World Pulse Voices of the Future Correspondent. Runn is also a Correspondent with Women News Network .  Marriages can either … Continue reading

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Ugali is to Kenyans what Daal Bhat is to Nepalese

About a mouth ago I posted this question to my friends under the FK programme –“What unique lessons have you learnt from you host countries in the last six months? “ The truth is I expected some deep and philosophical … Continue reading

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Weddings in Nigeria

This is a second article in a series of articles about Africa. The article has been written following numerous  requests on more about African culture  from my blog followersin Nepal. This article was written by Udoka a law student from Nigeria. The first article was … Continue reading

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Kwanjula marked by gifts and food

This is part three of the article – Kwanjua, a Baganda the wedding ceremony.  A guest post by Cathy from Uganda. In Part one we learnt  was all about the Okukyala. Before the “kwanjula” ceremony, the bride has to first take her … Continue reading

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Role of a spokesman during Kwanjula – a Buganda wedding

This is part two of the article – Kwanjua, the wedding ceremony.  A guest post by Cathy from Uganda. In Part one we learnt  was all about the Okukyala. Before the “kwanjula” ceremony, the bride has to first take her husband to … Continue reading

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Kwanjula – Buganda Marriage ceremony

After sharing my reflections of life in Nepal  was published on EKantipur,  a lot of readers from Nepal wrote back asking that we share a little more about African culture.  This is the first of a series of articles you … Continue reading

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