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Simon Gikandi
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This book, first published in 1904, is the remarkable record of the journey made . Uganda's Katikiro in England Exploring travel.

This book, first published in 1904, is the remarkable record of the journey made by these two men into the heart of empire. It provides a view not only of the nature of the colonial relationship as it appeared to colonized subjects, but it also raises intriguing questions about the role of indigenous elites in the making of colonial culture. It also questions the function of the travel narrative in the constitution of the relationship between the metropolitan center and the colonial margin.

In Uganda’s Katikiro in England (a record of the journey that Sir Apolo Kagwa and his personal secretary, Ham Mukasa .

In Uganda’s Katikiro in England (a record of the journey that Sir Apolo Kagwa and his personal secretary, Ham Mukasa, made to England to attend the coronation of Edward VII) there are several instances where Mukasa and Kagwa seem to occupy a marginal position as colonized subjects. Yet there are also moments when Kagwa and Mukasa are not marginal at all (for instance as Christ’s Generals who have just fought two major religious wars in Buganda, as writers of books, and as Baganda patriots who desire to advance their land and people).

Ham Mukasa (c. 1870–1956) was a vizier in the court of Mutesa I of Buganda (in present-day Uganda) and later secretary to Apolo Kagwa. He was fluent in both English and Swahili. Mukasa was the son of Makabugo Sensalire, a minor chief in Buddu (in present-day Masaka District)

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Uganda's Katikiro in England. Uganda's Katikiro in England. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1998.

Simon E. Gikandi Office phone: 609-258-4072 . Books: 1. Reading the African Novel (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1987, reprinted 1988, 1992, 1994); finalist for the Noma Award for Publishing in Africa, Honorable Mention. 2. Reading Chinua Achebe (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1991, reprinted 1996). 3. Writing in Limbo: Modernism and Caribbean Literature (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992).

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In 1902, Sir Apolo Kagwa, the Katikiro (chief minister) and Principal Regent of the kingdom of Buganda, arrived in England for the coronation of Edward VII. He was accompanied by his secretary Ham Mukasa, who wrote this account of their visit shortly after their return home. The African travellers sought to present both their colonial and Bugandan heritages as sources of cultural authority. First published in 1904 by Hutchinson and Co. Distributed by St. Martin's Press. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.