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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