An independent United States registered not-for-profit Section 501(c) tax-exempt corporation that was started by Baganda (natives of African kingdom of Buganda; singular: Muganda) living in New York and New Jersey, USA.
To promote social-economic and cultural advancement of our members through educational and outreach programs that both use and promote the rich culture, customs, music, poetry, art, language and native problem solving skills of Baganda.
• Knowledge about Baganda
• Networking with Baganda
• Group savings
• Opportunities to give back
• Career and job programs
• Community support
TTABAMIRUKA 2015 UPDATES VOL #1 Feature: Ttabamiruka Fund Implementation November 11, 2015 Dear Ttabamiruka Family members, On behalf of 2015 Ttabamiruka Organizing Committee and our sponsors, Ggwangamujje NY/NJ, thank you for attending the conference in Washington, DC Metro area. Thank you for your individual contributions, whether as attendees, advisors, volunteers, speakers or questioners…
Ggwangamujje NY/NJ (Association) promotes socio-economic and cultural advancement of its members through educational and outreach programs that both use and promote the rich culture, customs, music, poetry, art, language and native problem solving skills of Baganda. Its current flagship activity is the organization and sponsorship of the Ttabamiruka of America conferences. The Association, which is…
In a meeting on Friday September 18, 2015, the executive committee of Ggwangamujje NY/NJ, tasked a special committee to formulate a plan for both celebrating Buganda’s independence from British colonialists on October 8, 1962 and for expressing solidarity with Ssaabasajja Kabaka who lives in a life of captivity, with his hands, legs and mouth the…