Demonstrations in washington,Newyork,Boston and other cities

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COME ONE, COME ALL TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR KING AND OUR CULTURE
 
WHEN: Saturday September 19, 2009 — at 10:30AM
WHERE: Federal Building, Wilshire Blvd, Westood
DURATION: 2 to 3 hours
DRESS CODE: Traditional garb preferred, i.e. Busuuti, Kanzu, Lubugo ~ bimyu, hats, etc
WHAT TO BRING: Placards & banners with huge writings
OTHER NECESSITIES:
        1. Water
        2. Flags of USA, Buganda & Uganda (a few Buganda hand flags will be available for sale on 1st come 1st served basis). USA flags avaialable at Home Depot, etc
        3. Drums, ndege, whistles (your local sports store), bullhorns (available at most equipment rental places), any noise makers
        4. Donation to contribute to fund of mabugo/mataaba for the dead, and for the injured, etc
        5. Buganda national anthem — download at www.buganda.com
 
You may contact Buganda Kingdom directly via her official website: www.buganda.or.ug/
 
Regardless of political affiliation and/or ethnicity or nationality, you are all invited and encouraged to participate.
 
The demonstration schedule and contacts are as follows:-
 
1. Los Angeles – Saturday Sept 19, 2009 at 10:30am, Federal Building, Wilshire Blvd. Contacts — Damiano Kigoye (dkigoye@yahoo.com) & James Ssemakula (james_ssemakula@yahoo.com).
 
2. New York – Wednesday September 23, 2009 at the United Nations. Contact — John Mayanja Buwembo (jmayanja@townisp.com). People from surrounding states are encouraged to attend.
3. Boston – Saturday September 26, 2009 at The Marriott Copley Place Hotel, at 110 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02116; i.e. the day and venue of the NRM Gala. Contact — John Mayanja Buwembo (jmayanja@townisp.com). People from all over USA are encouraged to attend.
 
4. Washington, D.C. – Date: Saturday 19, 2009 — To Be Confirmed or even changed.  Contact — James Kabonge (jkabonge@aol.com)
 
5. Other cities — information to be disseminated as it becomes available. To organize a protest demonstration in your town call your local police to find out if you need a permit. The sooner you do it the better, because some juridisctions may require a 5-day advance notice, depending on number of participants.
James Ssemakula
james_ssemakula@yahoo.com
 
Please circulate this note widely.

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Ba Ssebo ne ba Nyabo, Twebaza Abaganda bonna abulumulirwa Obuganda . Era twebaza ne mikwano gya Buganda gyonna wonna wegiri munsi yonna. Omukutu guno gwatandikibwawo nga e’kigendererwa kwe kuyigiriza abantu ebintu ebikwatagana no’Buganda era nokuwanyisiganya ebilowozo nebanaffe abatali Baganda. Abaganda ne mikwano gya Buganda mukozese omukisa guno muwereze ebirowozo byamwe no’bubaka bwona obunaagasa Abaganda na’baana Buganda berizala mu maaso eyo. Obumu ku bubaka obuwerezebwa ku mukutu guno bugyibwa mukuwanyisiganya ebirowozo okubera kumukutu gwa Ugandan’s at Heart (UAH) Forum ogwatandikibwawo Mwami Abbey Kibirige Semuwemba. Era twebaza muzukulu wa Kintu ne Nnambi ono olw’omulimu gwakoledde bana Uganda bonna abali e’bunayira mungeri yo kubagatta mu byempuliziganya no’kutumbula okukolaganira awamu.

3 responses »

  1. Ugandan community in south Korea is also planning the same until the kabaka is free to visit his subject.This is not an issue for Baganda,its an issue for all the people of Uganda to preserve our culture.

  2. I would love to get in touch with Ssemakula James. I reside in South Africa. iam on facebook

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