Ndorwa-Rukiga. Information by the muHutu chief Muzerero of Mabungo county of Bufumbira “British Ruanda,” concerning loca...

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Ndorwa-Rukiga. Information by the muHutu chief Muzerero of Mabungo county of Bufumbira “British Ruanda,” concerning local events which occurred during his lifetime. (Signed) Tracy Philipps, Jan. 3, 1935. Jean-Marie Derscheid Collection
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ND OR W A i UK I G A.
am am i a am o o m s n


Information by the mz&uutu

Mabungo, County of Bufumbira, "British

local events which occurred during his


chief JIUZEREO of
RUANDA Ms concerning

lifetime.


F4OGB2MA did not cross north of the river Nyabarongo.

lWABUGIRI.

last local cjppaign. Starting from his 'rugo' at Afabungo.
Route via CHUYA bamboo forest, Kashasha (Bunyonyi) to IKIGO. B

above Kyaruzanga (now a Rest House) S.I of Bunyonyi.

Brought the spoils of the vaid back to Mabungo, where he

remained about 10 days. Then south to his 'rugo' HZATA, on
IRUGEASI H1ill, near -T7hengeri (1itlera) After a moon,

returned north to NMabungo.

2nd. local ca aign. After about a moon, raided north of

Lare Bunyonyf, reaching Kumbaold Govrnment Station (1913),

and north-eastward to Buchundura now a Rest House. Brought
the loot back to JMabungo.

3rd, local campafin. After 2 moons at JATA (UMlera),

raided by Biumbas now Government Post, and GATSIBU, through South

Jpororo to Mbarara, defeated Ntale. Took looted cattle

south by Gatsibu and Kigali to the IN7XTGA country.

4th. local campaign. About 12 moons later, expedition to
G\bwisha and BunyaBongo. Chief Mavunyt fled towards Masis.

On return to Ruandas Rwabugiri died within a year.


Taken down direct from Muzerero's conversation at Mabungo
(Bufumbira) today, 2/12/34.


Tracy Philippe.

The mufororo woman MJAel ikande 3Ur-named iAshumuza'who gives rest ',

is still a releguee at Kampala where I talked with o r II Isat

month.

Cattle and offerings are still brought to her from 4V0:
Kabezi (Nkole)tLutobo (Kigezi).
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