Runyankore-Rukiga is represented with several articles on the TC-wiki:
Annotating the Participle form of the verb
The participle form of the verb is indicated by the morpheme -riku-.
Although this morpheme is complex, it should not be split into -ri- and -ku- in this case, since it
is the combination of these two morphemes that marks the participle as such.
--Justus Turamyomwe 11:13, 13 October 2011 (UTC)
Mbwenu omwana ku arikuhika omu kiraasi ashanga harimu omurimo ogu omushomesa yaamutebeekanisiiza ogw’okuhandiika.
“So, when the pupil enters the class, he finds work that has been prepared for him by his teacher”
Following this link, you find information about the typology of Runyankore-Rukiga
The squib "Agreement in coordinated phrases" is a short except from Allen's Master's Thesis: Asiimwe, Allen (2007). Morpho-syntactic patterns in Runyankore-Rukiga. Masters thesis, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. Key issues regarding agreement in coordinated noun phrases are discussed.
Following the title link above you find short discussions of topics relevant to the annotation of Runyankore Rukiga, topics raised are for example how to classify the free morpheme's aha and omu and diverging noun class systems for Runyankore Rukiga.
Locative prepositions in Runyakitara belong to the TypeCraft Category:Squib. If you would like to know more about this Category go to *Research* in your TypeCraft navigation bar. Where you find a list over already existing research projects and topics discussed on the TCwiki.
The squib Noun phrases in Runyankore-Rukiga reflects ongoing research at the Institute for Languages at Makerere University in Uganda.
It is generally stated that in Bantu languages, nouns trigger agreement with all lexical categories. However, in this squib, we present cases in Luganda and Runyankore-Rukiga where the noun may fail to control agreement of other words.