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Published by BASS Bayreuth African Studies in Bayreuth .
Written in English

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    SeriesBayreuth African studies series -- 68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19228372M
    ISBN 103927510815


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Circumcision in Africa is an old culture as practiced by the Bamasaaba in Eastern Uganda. The culture of circumcision was adopted by the Bamasaba from their in-laws the Maasai people. The men among the Bagisu tribe undergo initiation ceremonies known as Imbalu.

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As Ugandan Professor Kefa M. Otiso of Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, in the United States, states in his book Culture and Customs in Uganda: “Initiation ceremonies were a central feature of traditional Ugandan societies and are to some degree still important even now.

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