Chaka Mchaka in Rwenzori Uganda. Sounds aweful.

From Hamish In Auckland Wed Dec 5 2012, 02:52:00

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A total of 350 students of Kisinga Vocational Secondary school in Kisinga sub-county in Kasese district were on Monday passed out as young cadres after undergoing military training commonly known as Chaka Mchaka for two weeks.

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