One UAH Member,Lord Buhanga, asked me to tell him the time lines that Bunyoro considers in reclaiming lost territory; the framework for determining what they would claim and not claim, etc.
I have enclose for you below a document with a self explanatory title.  The document is very clear on Bunyoro’s grievances which have nothing to do with this common talk of claiming Angola and Zambia which many of you make.
This document was based on the events that followed the 1893 invasion of Bunyoro by a force of British and a large contingent deployed by Mmengo.  There is a book on Compatriotto that gives a full account of that military operation, authored by the commander of the operation, Col. Henry Colville (Korwiiru).  This is the link:
The memo below answers all your questions, and puts to rest that tired argument by many that Bunyoro will lay claim to Rwanda, as though Rwanda was ever part of the Bunyoro Kitara kingdom….hence my reference to the fallacy of reductio ad absurdum.

Refer also to the map that I furnished earlier on.  It very clearly does not include your Rwanda, Toro and all that…

Please also take time to read some of the basic books on Uganda’s political history.  Now that you have at least picked interest in reading up critical thinking, the next thing you have is to study what you must think about critically, lest you spend the rest of your life just talking about this and the other fallacy, without demonstrating concretely why the arguments that you dismiss as fallacies are actually fallacious.  Just saying red herring this, smoke screen that, ad hominem the other, is simply not enough, however much it is an improvement on your past style and the general style on the forum.  But so far I am happy anyway!

Meanwhile, let me wait to hear from you once you have read that document below:

Lance Corporal (Rtd) Otto Patrick


About ekitibwakyabuganda

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.

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  1. Is this document a deontological policy? Is it now a constitution that has to be followed?

    When did it become part of Uganda’s jurisprudence?

    I assume that you are aware that Uganda as a country was formed in 1962 after the British had united all captured parts of current day Uganda including Bunyoro to form a country called Uganda which we have today.

    Uganda is as a result of subsequent conquests and unfortunately, many part of the current day Uganda are within the boarders of Uganda by force.

    So right now, if you want to change what the British did, you have to first denounce the country called Uganda so that each region goes back to where the British found it. Then after that, any regions which will be interested in forming another country will do so.

    What you are trying to do is silly and we do not want to go backwards. The agreement that Buganda signed with the British to join the UNION CALLED UGANDA will be DEEMED NULL AND VOID if you try to dismantle the country and then, Buganda will have every right to declare its independence of the current day Uganda.

    You need to think with your fore-head about this issue. Actually, you are committing treason.


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