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Known as the "lost counties", the people in these areas wished to revert to being part of Bunyoro. Obote decided to allow a referendum, which angered the Kabaka and most of the rest of Buganda. The residents of the counties voted to return to Bunyoro despite the Kabaka's attempts to influence the vote. The tribal nature of Ugandan politics was also manifesting itself in government. Obote surrounded himself with mainly northern politicians — A. In time, the two factions acquired ethnic labels — "Bantu" the mainly Southern Ibingira faction and "Nilotic" the mainly Northern Obote faction.
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.
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The Bantu category for example includes both Buganda and Bunyoro — historically bitter rivals. At local level where the UPC Married female wanting black male in kisoro most councils discontent began to challenge incumbent council leaders. A more worrying fact for the UPC was that the next national elections loomed in — and without the support of KY who were now likely to back the DPand the growing factionalism in the UPC, there was the real possibility that the UPC would be out of power in months. Obote went after KY with a new act of parliament in early that blocked any attempt by KY to expand outside Buganda.
KY appeared to respond in parliament through one of their few remaining MPs, the terminally ill Daudi Ochieng. Ochieng was an irony — although from Northern Uganda, he had risen high in the ranks of KY and become a close confidant to the Kabaka who had gifted him with large land titles in Buganda. He further alleged that Obote, Onama and Neykon had all benefited from the scheme. This shook the government and raised tensions in the country. In MarchObote also announced that the offices of President and Vice President would cease to exist — effectively dismissing the Kabaka. Obote also gave Amin more power — giving him the Army Commander position over the previous holder Opolot who had relations to Buganda through marriage possibly believing Opolot would be reluctant to take military action against the Kabaka if it came to that.
Obote abolished the constitution and effectively suspended elections due in a few months. Obote went on television and radio to accuse the Kabaka of various offences including requesting foreign troops which appears to have been explored by the Kabaka following the rumours of Amin plotting a coup. Obote further dismantled the authority of the Kabaka by announcing among other measures: The abolition of independent public service commissions for federal units. The abolition of the Buganda High Court — removing any judicial authority the Kabaka had. The bringing of Buganda financial management under further central control. Abolition of lands for Buganda chiefs.
The lines were now drawn for a show down between Buganda and the Central government. Historians may argue about whether this could have been avoided through compromise. This was unlikely as Obote now felt emboldened and saw the Kabaka as weak. Indeed, by accepting the presidency four years earlier and siding with the UPC, the Kabaka had divided his people and taken the side of one against the other. Please come home with me today; I just want one chance with you to fulfil this dream of mine. I have a lovely house in Muyenga. Just like their female counterparts, some Ugandan men search for white or foreign women to marry or date, in the hope of improving their financial status and travelling abroad.
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