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Omughongo: The Chicken Back Tradition Symbolizing Strong Relationships

Omughongo: The Chicken Back Tradition Symbolizing Strong Relationships

Update: 2022-08-02
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Special Guest Clare Muhindo shares the Bukonzo tradition of sharing and eating the chicken back and how it is used in strengthening friendships. Leave a comment on this episode and let us know what part of the story you enjoyed the most and if you have similar traditions in your region.


Essay about fried chicken: https://www.eater.com/2018/10/3/17926424/fried-chicken-is-common-ground


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Contact Clare for Social Media Management: ccmuhindo@gmail.com


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Music: Ketsa - Bless-Ups, Ketsa - Spinny-Wheel



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Omughongo: The Chicken Back Tradition Symbolizing Strong Relationships

Omughongo: The Chicken Back Tradition Symbolizing Strong Relationships

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