Clothing is part of culture because it defines who people are. A Muganda woman typically wears a gomesi. This is a floor-length, brightly colored cloth dress with a square neckline and short, puffed sleeves.

The first Gomesi was made of bark cloth however today they come in materials such as silk, cotton and other fabrics. A gomesi is not a single clothing but rather one that is accompanied with several garments to make it whole like the Kikoy which is an undergarment that is worn to add weight.

The garment is fastened with a sash traditionally known as a kitambala placed around waist over the hips, and two buttons on the left side of the neckline.

BUSOGA is one of the five renowned constitutionally ancient kingdoms in Uganda. The Kingdom is organised politically, socially and economically just like its sister interacastrian kingdoms.

Geographically Busoga is locared in the eastern part of Uganda covering upto twelve districts which include, Mayuge, Kaliro, Jinja, Iganga, Buyende, Namutumba, Bugiiri, Kamuli, Namayingo Kaliro Luuka and Busiki.
Locally Busoga means "Land of the Soga" with its capital as Bugembe, near Uganda's second-largest city Jinja. Jinja is the driving pivot for industrial and economic activities of Busoga.

Busoga is bordered on the North by Lake Kyoga, on the west by the Victoria Nile (separating it from Buganda), on the south by Lake Victoria (separating it from Tanzania and Kenya) and on the east by the Mpologoma River which separates it from other tribal groups (Bugwere Adhola, Bugisu). and It also includes several islands in Lake Victoria, such as Buvuma Island.

Drinking of locally made brew known as ‘omwenge omuganda’ was like taking wine today. People used to enjoy the brew differently and of course on different occasions. Some took it for fun, others for cultural reasons and sometimes for health tormented health healing reasons.

Omwenge omuganda as locally translated, has been in making since the early years of bantu settlement. In Buganda where the King translated to as Kabaka, used to order his servants to go and brew the Omwenge Omuganda in case he had visitor yet to come, or preparing for a party to come
This brew is made from a given type of banana species locally known as amabidde. These bananas are grown specifically for brewing. And eaten where famine stormed villages.