Ever wonder what songs are on President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s playlist? Six tracks that he likes to play in his vehicle are right here. Six Songs That President Museveni Enjoys Listening To
The Fountain of Honor stated in a blog post posted on Monday afternoon, “On account of my love for this indigenous music, my daughter Natasha informs me that I would sing to them certain tunes like Abagorola-nshoonga, the livestock of the King of Kookyi, Kamushwaaga.”
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Since the beginning of the bush era, I have been compiling these tunes. To their credit, many of them were retained, even though my drivers served as both my librarians and my drivers.
Recently, Natasha and her competent assistant, Ataho, were able to obtain from my drivers a total of roughly 119 songs from the 1890s to the present, spanning two centuries. Among them are:
Maaga: Enanga yo kutonzya
Maaga: Mpoora Nshokoozo
Kambara: Ekiziniro kya Kanyena.
Kanini: Omushana Gwakangire.
Katokye: Bwera ye Bigabiro
Katokye: Masindi na Kijunjubwa etc
The music is fantastic, according to President Museveni. It’s melody, not noise, in this. I really enjoy it. In addition to some religious music and NRM songs, it is the primary music playing in my cars when I am driving.
“The material is first-rate; it deals with current political or social topics. It has such a broad vocabulary. I obtained terminology from the songs to improve our Katondoozi, he continued.
He continues, “These songs teach us about the components of beauty.”