Visitors returning from the mid morning game drives and those waiting for ferry crossing at the jetty landing on northern banks of Murchison Falls National Park have an additional attraction.
The emergence of a sensational Mubako cultural troupe with traditional guitars locally known as Adungu and drums accompanied by love and conservation lyrics are a source of attention.
One of the leading attractions is a blind vocalist who prefers to call himself Rasta Ganja man who does not only play the instruments with passions but sings like he is possessed.
Mr. Joshua Masereka says the troupe is not paid money by the park but survives on the tips from the visitors. The troupe has recently acquired costumes from their meager savings and was the centre of attraction during the just concluded fishing competition.