By Samuel Ssebuliba
Members of the Kuku minority tribe in Uganda have launched a massive campaign to revive their culture.
According to Canon Captain Titus Baraka the Director of Missions and Outreach in Church of Uganda who is also a Kuku , their tribe mates are scattered across the country and thus the need to reunite.
Baraka says the need for them to meet and revive their lost glory.
In this regard, they have formed a church choir named Musalaba that will navigate the whole country preaching the word of God as well as calling for unity among the Kuku communities living in Uganda.
The Kuku people are estimated to be more than 500,000 in Uganda with their mother tribe in South Sudan kajo-kejji.