Luganda Nursery Rhymes – Mbuuke mbuuke? A little question and answer song that is sung while children are playing outside. It can be sung by mums and Dads while playing with their little ones. Enjoy
Kamese Tambula and Suna suna(two laughing games) – Luganda nursery rhymes.
Luganda Tongue twisters – Musiba Nnimi 1
Ekitoontome (Popular Luganda Poem) – Kaggwa yalayira ekiri mu ggulu
Nagenda e buddu ~ Nendyaayo enkejje
Baa baa Wandiga – Baa Baa Black sheep Luganda nursery rhymes
Enjovu – The Elephant and its tiny tail
Nabbubi yazimba ku muti omuwanvu ~ Itsy Bitsy Spider as sung in Luganda Language
Wololo Wololo (Nakeera Nkya Nenaaba entumbwe) ~ Listening to stories in the Luganda Language, giving Luganda speaking children a chance to learn and enjoy the Luganda Language.
This is a story about kids who bully, name call or laugh at other kids because they are different. I changed the words of this song at the end of the story to uplift the little one that is talked about in the story.
OKUBUUZA KIKULU – Importance of greeting our parents
Numbers 1- 10 – Luganda Nursery Rhymes / Ffe tuli embaata ento
Luganda nursery rhymes – Kibugga Tonkutulakutula. Mother son playing. A game from Uganda. Parents and children play it. In this one the mothers acts as a horse while the little one has fun bouncing on her back.
Mukwano Gwabato ~ Enjoy weekly famous Luganda games and Singalongs and learn a few things about what life is or was like growing up in Buganda, with Diana Lwanga, the Voice Actor for “Maama Nankya” in the The Adventures of Nkoza and Nankya TV Series ~
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We look forward to taking you with us on this exciting journey of celebrating Ugandan and African Culture, Languages and Folk Tales.
Maama Nankya played by Diana Lwanga ~ the loving and caring mother of our main characters, Nkoza and Nankya. We are so grateful to Diana for working so hard to channel the challenging role of Maama Nankya. Diana’s love for music and her dedication to teaching kids Luganda, is a great asset to the development of this character. Thanks again Diana for your awesome commitment and professional voice acting.