Kalundi Serumaga has spent the last four decades as an engaged political and community activist, cultural critic, natve researcher, rogue academic, amateur historian and writer.
He has done this through politics, theatre, TV drama, journalism, radio and television broadcasting, film-making, blogging and public speaking.
He has worked briefly in two Ugandan universities, as Director of the Uganda National Cultural Centre, various NGOs, and on national television.
He remains primarily concerned with the restoration of Native African voice and values in the strategising of public and community life.
He was a life-long follower of the Late African activist and philosopher Dani Nabudere.
He is the Native heir to the Late theatre director, writer, actor and political activist Robert Serumaga.
He is a member of the Native parliament (“Lukiiko”) of the Kingdom of Buganda.
He lives and works in Kampala.
More his writing can be found on Patreon as Kalundi Serumaga (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=67254178)
He can also be followed on twitter: @NativeLandgrab