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A Son’s Betrayal (2)

By Samuel S. Bunnya, Uganda Like a great white light, the great city of Ear-el revealed itself. Like a shinning beacon in the darkest night, the city The Great Father had created for his children stood tall amongst the clouds that filled the sky. Its massive towers seemed to touch the ends of the sky. The tall spires of the […]

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A Son’s Betrayal (1)

By Samuel S. Bunnya, Uganda Sedralours. It was the most beautiful thing any of them could behold. It was a creation full of love and wonder; something created by the Great Father. Looking out over the great gift of his mighty father was not something that he would ever get used to. The vast expanse that his father had wished […]

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Lumbe’s Spear (Finale)

  By Samuel Sebbowa Bunnya, Uganda The journey to Bujagali had taken half the day. Lumbe had insisted on using a full escort of his guards. Some of them rode on the armoured elephants. A few rode on the camels. Others jogged round his ox driven cart. Mbabazi lay on her stomach reading some of the documents that she had received […]

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Lumbe’s Spear (1)

  By Samuel Sebbowa Bunnya, Uganda “Oh how I hate that fool.” Lumbe was seated outside of his great hut. The structure overlooked the imperial city of Ganda. In the sinking blood gold rays of the western sun, Ganda shone brightly. Lumbe had always wondered how the old masters had woven Zaabu with stone to make the walls of the city. […]

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Kitara’s Shield (Finale)

  By Samuel Sebbowa Bunnya, Uganda “You think our secrets will remain secrets forever my king?” Lumbe snarled after a few moments of tense silence. “As long as I am king and as long as the line of Katonda seats the throne – yes.” “You are a fool,” Lumbe said. His voice was strangled with rage. Kunda did not take it […]

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