According to David Mpanga, the local government minister in the Mmengo cabinet, this year’s celebrations were preceded by a number of activities including a medical camp and law awareness bazaars organized in conjunction with Justice Centers Uganda, Mengo Hospital and the young Professional Lawyers’ Association.In the book, he gave his own perception and opinion of the situation in Uganda and the future of Buganda, which not just a Kingdom, but by translation, oneness, brotherhood.
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The second and final exile occurred in 1966 when he was head of state of independent Uganda and escaped after a fierce battle at His palace where he was attacked by a battalion commanded by army chief Idi Amin Dada on the orders of coup maker and prime minister Milton Obote.
Deputy Katikkiro and Buganda’s minister for constitutional affairs, Apollo Nelson Makubuya said that the book highlights how the people of Buganda worked together to see that King Muteesa II returns from the exile and the issues that led to the decline of Buganda hence descending from the helm. Patrick Makumbi is a well exposed and experienced public administrator.
On the issue of the surviving war veterans; Ambassador Ssendaula reiterated that they are still looking for the true number of the existing survivors and those who have died a natural death with a reason of finding ways of developing them.
Buganda government’s minister for local government who doubles as the attorney general, David Mpanga and Bishop Charles Kimbowa who were guest speakers, urged the leaders of the Uganda to maintain peace and stability to avoid the repeat of the 1966 crisis.
Leaders should be role models to the young generation and before the public, the Kabaka said.He handed over prizes including cash to the winner of the 2015 Buganda farming competition, Bashir Mayiga (28yrs) from Buddu County and Patrick Luwagga Mugumbule, whose Kyaddondo county emerged the best in good practices for development initiatives.It might also be a problem with CURL library or your server config Deputy and Minister for Buganda Affairs Abroad, Amb.Emmanuel Ssendaula said that Buganda will continue its quest for federal system of governance as this will enable the equitable sharing of and responsibility in the management of people and resources within the Kingdom.Maama Namasole, Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala, Princess Nnaabanaakulya, Ssaabalangira Godfrey Musanje, Mengo’s ministers, Owek.Joash Mayanja Nkangi, County chiefs, Sub county chiefs among others graced the occasion.