THE ORGIN OF MABIRA FOREST ARTIST MUGALULA—MUKIIBI’S FAMILY HOMESTEADE, THEIR ARTS AND DESIGNS, AND THE TERRIFIC GRAND WORLD MUSEUM EMBRACING, INDEED REFLECTING THE SIX DECADES ART JOURNEY —— ONLINE.
4 — 5 miles Kampala Gayaza Road.
About 30 — 40 miles as the bird flies from the Jinja Owen Falls Dam direct above Mabira Forest.
Kanyanya Village Kampala—Uganda.
During my youth, I used to greatly admire the very conspicuous invitingly very modernly constructed beautiful homesteade neatly perched in Mabira Forest on the left of the famous Namawojjolo local produce and wares market enroute to Jinja Nile Source of the Owen Falls Dam. This memorable experience stayed indelibly in my head, so that when I established my first family homestead at Kanyanya Village, when Her Royal Highness Oweekitiibwa Namasole Maasombira, heir to the Mother of Ssekabaka Daudi. Ccwa II gave me a very sumptuous acreage of Land to establish my permanent residence. This took me many years to diligently and innovatively construct and eventually all the inserted efforts culminated into THE ENVIABLE TERRIFIC UNPRECEDENTED WORLD MUSEUM—which, I DEDICATED TO NATURE AND HUMANITY. Having established it by THE GRACE OF GOD, GLORY TO GOD.
The homestead at Namawojjolo in Mabira Forest was owned by a European Anglican Church of Uganda Rev. Canon Wilson of, I think, Namirembe Diocese of the Anglican Church of Uganda Province.