08 Abr Bunyoro Agreement 1937
Bunyoro native administration: Bunyoro Agreement 1933; Rural policy in Bunyoro and decision on the granting of land of land; the points raised by the Mukama of Bunyoro; contains a copy of the draft treaty signed by members of the indigenous government, dated August 11, 1933, and printed copies of the 1933 Bunyoro Convention and the text of His Excellency, the Governor`s speech on the signing of the Bunyoro Agreement in Hoima on October 23, 1933. In addition to the effects of colonial invaders and other aliens, the decline of the Bunyoro kingdom was also the result of internal divisions, during which Buganda brought the Kooki and Buddu regions out of the kingdom at the end of the 18th century and Tooro also separated from the kingdom, which demanded possession of the most lucrative salt factories. Rwanda and Ankole, in the southern part of the kingdom, quickly expanded and separated and built small kingdoms in areas under Bunyoro. The Kingdom of Bunyoro-Kitara occupied territories in the districts of Hoima, Masindi, Kabarole, Kibaale and Kasese, as well as parts of eastern Congo, northern Tanzania and western Denmark. The kingdom was not only great, but also very powerful and organized. All this is now ancient history, as it now covers a small part of western Uganda due to the deliberate, orchestrated and malicious marginalization that occurred during the days of colonialism. Under the strong influence of King Cwa II Kabalega, the Kingdom of Bunyoro is one of the kingdoms that strongly resisted colonialism in the region. Cwa II Kabalega is one of the strongest kings in the history of Uganda, East Africa and Africa as a whole. With its army known as “Abarusuura”, which meant soldiers, they staged a bloody resistance to the colonialists. Kabalega attacked the colonial troops and was captured and exiled to the Seychelles. This could not leave the kingdom as economic, social and military organizations were all affected and never regained their previous organization and strength.
The kingdom faced other problems, including systematic genocide, invasions that resulted in the death of many people, a huge reduction in food production, diseases and many other terrible things that led the kingdom to a total reduction. As long as polygamy could be afforded, it was traditionally accepted under the Banyoro and normal. However, many marriages could not stop, as divorce was also common between them. As there was a fear that a marriage would not work, the traditional exchanges that were to be undertaken at the time of marriage with the girl`s family were normally not paid immediately, but marital after many years. Pre-marriage sex was very common among the people of Bunyoro. Politically, Omukama (the king) has an assistant, the senior private secretary, a cabinet of 21 ministers and a parliament known as “orucurato”. Bunyoro Kingdom – Bunyoro, located in the western part of Uganda, was one of the most powerful kingdoms in Central and East Africa from the 13th to the 19th century. It was an extended and prestigious kingdom, with strong rulers, whose word was highly respected by its subjects. Please choose whether other users should see in your profile that this library is one of your favorites. Pregnant women were not allowed to attend the funeral because they thought the negative magical powers associated with the funeral would be too strong and could affect the unborn baby, which could eventually lead to her death. This recording has not been scanned and cannot be downloaded.
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