Buganda’s 20th anniversary celebrations were momentous for one major thing: the preceding MoU – memorandum of understanding – signed by President Yoweri Museveni and Kabaka Ronald Mutebi and handed over to Katikiro Peter Mayiga, federalism – or, popularly, Federo – even got crafted around a political party, Betty Kamya’s Uganda Federal Alliance (UFA), but she failed to sell it to the Baganda, much less to the rest of Uganda. This was surprising, given that it is the political structure the Baganda say they want for Uganda. Why was/is that?
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