Buruli Kingdom petitions Land probe commission

By Sania Babirye

A delegation from Bululi Kingdom in Nakasongala has petitioned the ongoing land probe commission chaired by justice Catherine Bamugemereire to help with the the August 2013 agreement that was signed between President Museveni and the Kingdom of Buganda to return properties that belongs to other cultural institutions.

Since the agreement was signed on the 1st of August 2013, it has never been implemented despite an implementation committee that was put in place forcing them to seek the commission intervention.

The delegation was led by Samuel Kasirye the prime minister, the attorney General and Christopher Bagonja the adviser of the Bululi kingdom.

These claim that the said committee has never involved them in any thing and despite trying to reach out to the committee, their efforts have not yielded any positive results.

These want the implementation committee to relocate Bululi back to its former administrative units including Saaza headquarters that is between Kafu to the west, Lubenge Swamp to the south, Kyoga to the North and Sezibwa in the East.

Now the committee has stated that the problem is not with Buganda Kingdom but with the central government and will contact the solicitor General over the matter.