Walukagga the Black Smith

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Kasule, Samuel 2018. Walukagga the Black Smith. Wavah Books Ltd.
AuthorsKasule, Samuel
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Walukagga (The Blacksmith) is the story of the Baganda in Uganda and their Chief whose tyrannical rule is brought to an end by a madman's wisdom. the story restores the power into the hands of the people. In the play, Walukagga challenges the growing threat of institutionalised extortion.

KeywordsUganda; Baganda; Chief
ISBN978-1-910755-22-8
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/623335
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Publication datesAug 2018
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Year2018
PublisherWavah Books Ltd
ContributorsUniversity of Derby
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