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The party however remained a loose alliance of interests but Obote showed great skill at negotiating them into a common ground based on a federal formula. Colonial governors had failed to come up with a formula that worked. This drew in substantial support from outside Buganda. The anticipated countryside uprising in Buganda did not materialise and a few hours later a beaming Obote met the press to relish his victory.

This was unlikely as Obote now felt emboldened and saw the Kabaka as weak. Land is one the key sources of Kabaka's power over his subjects. Here was the first demonstration as to how Obote was losing control of his party. In response Obote ordered Idi Amin to attack the Kabaka's palace. As its ranks swelled, the ethnic, religious, regional and personal interests began to shake the party.

In The government responded to demands from some parts of the vast Buganda Kingdom that they were not the Kabaka's subjects. This is an important factor when looking at the subsequent events that led to the crisis between Buganda and the Central government. The Kabaka escaped over the palace walls and was scuttled off into exile in London by supporters. Most important cities are located in the south, near this lake, including the capital Kampala and the nearby city of Entebbe. Prior to colonial rule Buganda had been rivalled by the neighbouring Bunyoro kingdom.

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Conflict in northern Uganda has killed thousands and displaced millions. The party's apparent strength was eroded in a complex sequence of factional conflicts in its central and regional structures. The bringing of Buganda financial management under further central control.

Museveni ran against several candidates, the most prominent of them being Kizza Besigye. The lines were now drawn for a show down between Buganda and the Central government. Within Buganda's political institutions, rivalries driven by religion and personal ambition made the institutions ineffective and unable to respond to the central government moves.

The perception that the government was at war with the Bantu was further enhanced when Obote arrested and imprisoned the mainly Bantu ministers who backed Ibingira. This was evidenced in part by hostilities between the British colonial authorities and Buganda prior to independence.

The Nilotic label includes the Lugbara, Acholi and Langi who have bitter rivalries that were to define Uganda's military politics later. The extreme north-eastern part of Uganda drains into the Lotikipi Basin, which is primarily in Kenya.

The Kabaka escaped over the palace

They would now feel more affiliated to Obote, and he took full advantage of this to consolidate his power. They were followed in the s by British explorers searching for the source of the Nile. Obote abolished the constitution and effectively suspended elections due in a few months. However, there were also major divisions within his palace that made it difficult for him to act effectively against Obote. It then runs northwards into South Sudan.

Obote decided to allow a referendum, which angered the Kabaka and most of the rest of Buganda. He asked for foreign help and the Buganda parliament demanded that the Uganda government leave Buganda including the capital, Kampala.

This shook the government and raised tensions in the country. Besigye added that the rigged elections would definitely lead to an illegitimate leadership and that it is up to Ugandans to critically analyse this. In the mid-to-late s, Museveni was lauded by western countries as part of a new generation of African leaders. Bantu -speaking populations, who were probably from central Africa, migrated to the southern parts of the country. The tribal nature of Ugandan politics was also manifesting itself in government.