page http://danzaebano.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/user_item.php geneva; font-size: small;”>The function attracted thousands of Kabaka’s subjects.
Top dignitaries present were the Vice president Hon Kiwanuka Ssekandi, Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago and former Vice President Gilbert Bukenya among others.
After performing all the rituals required of the new Prime Minister of Buganda Mayiga promised to fight for the recovery of the kingdom’s properties starting with the Butikiro, which is the official home of the Kingdom’s Premier.
It is currently being occupied by the Joint Clinical Research Council.
“We know that these premises belong to Buganda government, even the people working here know that. We are going to work hand in hand with them to make sure that the kingdom regains its property soon,” said Mayiga.
The Traditional Rulers (Restitution of Assets and Properties) Act 1993 lists the properties below as those assets to be restored to Buganda’s traditional leader.
The Lubiri at Mengo
The Buganda Court Building
Kabaka’s official 350 square miles of land
Namasole’s ten square miles of land
Former Omulamuzi and Omuwanika’s official residences of Mengo
Land adjacent to Lubiri on which three Buganda Ministerial houses used to stand
All Bassekabaka’s Tombs
Buganda Works Building at Kakeeka
Nalinya’s house at Lubaga
Formerly the minister for information, Mayiga was early this month appointed Premier by Kabaka Mutebi after consultations with Buganda elders.
He officially takes over from Eng J.B Walusimbi who served for two terms that stretched from 2008.