SIGNED on October 18, 1955. For and in the name of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, II. A.B. COHEN Governor and by an agreement reached on 10 March 1900 between Sir Henry Hamilton Johnson, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order to the Bath, Her Majesty`s Special Commissioner, Commander-in-Chief and Consul for the Uganda Protectorate and the neighbouring territories. , on behalf of the Kabaka of Buganda and the leaders and people of Buganda on the other hand, the relationship between Her Majesty`s Government, the Government of the Ugandan Protectorate (hereafter referred to as the “protectorate government”) and the Kabaka, leaders and peoples of Buganda was defined, and the recognition of the Buganda Kabaka as the local leader of Buganda under his protection and the reign of Buganda. : The Uganda Agreement of 1900 (see Native Agreement and Buganda Native Laws, Laws of the Strictly of the Strictly, the return of Mutesa himself to Uganda was outside the conference`s terms of reference.[5] The conclusion of the Supreme Court in Kampala that the British government was relying on Article 6 “crazy” – shortly after the news of the agreement in Namir , but before the agreed recommendations could be published – put pressure on Cohen , to grant. In November, he reversed the british government`s position and accepted the return of Mutesa, which depended on the adoption and implementation of Namirembe`s recommendations. [5] [6] Mailo`s country was subdivided between members of the royal family, Reich officials and a few individuals. Other beneficiaries were religious institutions. At the time of the signing of the agreement, the figures of the allocated area were estimated.

After consultation, the contracting parties had to sit down together and conclude what the agreement had decided after the award. This culminated in the attribution of Buganda from 1913 Agreement.As after Article 15, the natives who did not enter the categories of persons to whom the land was allocated were rendered landless. They became squatters. The tax system, which was to finance the new administrative structure, was also introduced as part of the agreement. one are the Buganda Agreement of 1894, the Buganda Agreement of 1900 and the agreements established in the third list of that agreement. (2) At the head of each saza, there is a chief, called head of Saza, responsible for the management of the Katikiro for the management of his saza, the collection of all taxes collected by the Kabaka government and the collection of electoral taxes on behalf of the protectorate government. (On behalf of Kabaka, the leader and the People of Uganda) Witness to the above signatures: F.J.