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While handing over the properties, the President has commended the Buganda Mengo government for being positive towards the central government which wasn’t the case before.
“I have been hearing positive statements from Mengo,” noted President Museveni.
“We made it very clear that we did not want any cultural institution to involve itself in partisan politics.”
Museveni also revealed that he has no problem returning land within the urban centres to the kingdom provided there are no conditions.
“I would like to invite the Kingdom people to visit me in Rwakitura. I thank you very much and convey my greetings to his highness Kabaka Mutebi.”
On the same note, the President has cautioned the Buganda delegates to ensure that the East African Anthem is always sung whenever the Buganda anthem and the National Anthem are sung.
At the same function, Amb. Ssendawula, has thanked the President, conveyed the king’s best wishes to the president and apologised for the absence of the Kingdom Prime Minister who was able to attend the historical function.
This partly fulfils the Memorandum of Understanding that was signed between President Yoweri Museveni and His Majesty Ssabasajja Ronald Muwenda Mutebi last year.