The Last Plague
This is one of the most stirring tales from the folklore of East and Central Africa. Mugasha is a deity-king who harness natural elements and uses them to recapture the usurped kingdom of his father. He is in many ways a symbol of the indefatigable human zeal in the search for liberty and justice.
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1st MILKMAN 1st WOMAN 2nd MILKMAN 2nd WOMAN announce Bafa Bagambilwe Bahaya Baikiliza Balikangana banana bird's Buganda Bukoba Bunyoro-Kitara celebrations child comes CRIER dare dead dindi Diviner of Kabula dream EAGLE Embuyaga Enter entourage epic of Mugasha exits father fisherman Francis Imbuga frogs go fishing greeting heard Hippo home of Katanda KAGORO KAHWIHWISI Kajubi Kampala Kanyawela ayela KATIKIRO king's kingdom Of Isheshe land leaves light Listen look lord Mamba Messenger morning Mother Muhaya Mwata tree Mwigundu Nairobi Nanga NARRATOR Ngugi wa Thiong'o NJUNAKI NKOMAIZI Nkuba Nyabulungo Nyakilembeka Nyambubi Nyambura Mpesha NYAMTANDANO NYATENDE Otter palace peace Praise song princess royal blood RUKUNGU run fast sand ached SCENE serf shore shrine of Kabula Shumalamu waitu sister sitting smell song sound speak Ssese Islands stink story thunder told tune Nazikuotwale uproot the Mwata usurped wewe Whale whirlwind wife wind women