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Collection 403 Oral History Interviews with Duncan Mugisha

Identifier: CN 403

Scope and Contents

Oral history interview with Duncan Aggrey Mugisha in which he discusses the state of the church in Uganda; life under the rule of Idi Amim, impressions of Bishop Festo Kivengere; the Bolokole movement; relations between Catholics and Protestants in Uganda; relations between Christians and Muslims in Uganda; his conversion and work with the Fellowship of Christian Unions (FOCUS) among college and university students. Other topics discussed include East African revivals of the 1930s; AIDS crisis in Uganda; Bishop Janani Luwum; evangelistic work on college campuses; and his education at Wheaton College Graduate School. The time period covered by the interviews is 1961-1988.

Duncan Aggrey Mugisha was interviewed by Robert Shuster on October 4, 1988 at the Billy Graham Center Archives at Wheaton College.


  • Created: 1988

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Biographical Information

Full Name: Duncan Aggrey Mugisha Birth date: May 23, 1961

Birth Place: Kampala City, Uganda


Parents: Father and mother are Christians

Siblings: Oldest of six children, one brother and four sisters

Marital Status: Single

Conversion: 1975, at a high school Scripture Union meeting Denominational Affiliation: Anglican Church of Uganda


1984 B.A. (Economics, with honors) Makerere University, Uganda

1990 M.A. (Communications) Wheaton College Graduate School


1985- Fellowship of Christian Unions (FOCUS)


2 Audio Tapes

95 Minutes

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