Kurukuce (E sako lo aminanar = circle of love)
In the picture we see the children of the Adesso school (Kumi district) playing.
The game kurukuce symbolizes the coherence in the world.
Each person has finally union with love and sharing.
The children of the tribe Ateso play with round shapes as a starting point and a circle in which the connection is expressed.
They play the game by sitting in a circle where they all are connected through their feet.
Each child must in turn call a round object like the sun (Akolong), the moon (Elap), the ball (Emopira), the wheel (Alele), watermelon (Ekolit) and then
continues with a fictitious name of something round as the equator, the moon orbits the earth or the earth orbits the sun.
If players fail a circular example, they are "finished".
Ultimately there is only one player and legend will reward the player for a long and happy life.