By Elisha Muloki
Empaako Yange Organisation (EYO) brought Bunyoro and Tooro together with hundreds attending the fifth edition of the Kwegonza Avenue.
On the day, they celebrated and showcased their culture through dances like Orunyege and Amakondere (a royals dance) with friends from other regions and cultures.
Kwegonza Avenue is also a platform where young upcoming musicians from Bunyoro and Tooro bring their talent to a bigger stage and wider audience. Artists like Draei from Tooro, Renita from Bunyoro, Princess Jalia from Bunyoro, Muzamil and Cindy Sanyu, a Masindi child called Akiiki performed for the excited crowd.