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- mukulu may be: the mokilko language of chad the mukulu dialect of zambia
- namibe province, southern angola. it contains a single species, cardiocorax mukulu. cardiocorax is known from the holotype mguan pa103 which consists of
- mokilko, or mukulu (also known as gergiko, guerguiko, mokulu, mokoulou, djonkor guera, dyongor guera, diongor guera, jonkor-gera), is an afro-asiatic language
- the liberation of uganda (nalu). the main figure of the group was jamil mukulu, a former protestant who converted to islam. the members were largely from
- largest ethnic group in zambia. the chieftainship is named after chiti mukulu (chiti the great), who in the 18th century led the bemba out from their
- st. denis ssebuggwawo (musajja-mukulu) was by tribe a muganda from bulemeezi county. his father was kajansi and mother, nsonga (musoga). ssebuggwawo was
- w. and knighthouse. some of his well known songs include 'shake body', 'mukulu', 'keresimesi', 'komole', 'my baby', 'take care of me' and 'denge pose'
- established through military victories like those of the bemba of chiti-mukulu. other states, such as that of the shila, were established through a series