These are just a few from a book of over 1000 proverbs I have, I am giving you just the literal translation...see if you can figure out what the meaning behind them are - (hint: I gave you easy ones)...As with any proverbs in any country these will also give you a little view of what culture looks like in Uganda!
"Abali awamu, tebalema kuyomba" - People who live together cannot fail to have quarrels
"Abangi babi kulya, balungi mirimu" - A crowd is bad for eating, but good for work
"Ab'oluganda bwe bayomba, tossaayo kikyo" - You should not give an opinion when 2 relatives are quarrelling.
"Agenda gy'amanyi, tazibirirwa budde" - One who travels to a familiar place does not worry about arriving in the dark.
"Akatono, kekazzza omukwaano" - A small gift strengthens a friendship
"Akozesa emikono gye, tabulwa ky'aalya" - One who uses both hands, cannot fail to eat