Simon Fidelis Luyenga is a Tanzanian born independent photojournalist and documentary photographer; his work has been featured in publications including Suddeutsche Zeitung, Mail & Guardian, Die Zeit, Rinse and exhibited in Galleries. In 2018...
Ntulya a village in rural Mwanza, where it lay a biggest rock with a hunt on top, which use to be a home of Nyumbani Shilinde a (Mganga) or traditional healer famous and well known by locals as Mungu was Pili in Swahili meaning a second God.
During the presence of Nyumbani Shilinde all inhabitant of Ntulya survived without exercising any kind of job rather than assisting Nyumbani Shilinde to find medicine and prepare them and other ritual practices. However in 1998 the beloved Second God passed away and the darkest strikes the Community of Ntulya, since that moment all inhabitant begin to struggle for food and medication and they were forced to begin working and depending on their own.
In this modern era, the Ntulya inhabitants have primary school and a (Zahanati) constructed by the American Organization – African School House.