Her Royal Highness The Nabagereka Closes the 2014 Diaspora EKISAAKAATE in Toronto

Posted September 1, 2014 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Culture ~ 12,317 views


Toronto — Bulungi Bwansi Canada ~  On Saturday, August 30th, Her Royal Highness, The Nabagereka of Buganda, officiated at the closure of the first Diaspora EKISAAKAATE kya Nabagereka.


Her Royal highness empathized the need for parents to educate their kids in the kiganda culture and customs. She noted that it’s the parent’s role to teach the kids their mother tongue.


The youth attended one week of training in the Buganda culture at the Jean Augustine Center for young Women Empowerment, where they were taught a wide range of cultural norms.


The training was facilitated by Nabagereka Development Foundation in partnership with the Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women’s Empowerment and Bulungi Bwansi Canada.


During her visit the Nabagereka was accompanied by the Premier of Buganda Kingdom Owekitiibwa Charles Peter Mayiga, and several Buganda Kingdom Ministers.


The visit was finalized with a Royal Dinner and Cultural performances at the West River Event Centre where the baganda in Toronto handed over their Tofaali contribution to the Katikiro.


Below is a Gallery with highlights from the Event

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