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 Form 3 History: European Invasion and the Process of Colonization of Africa

The Buganda agreement with the British and reasons for signing of the Buganda agreement.

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The Buganda agreement with the British
The Buganda agreement was signed in 1900 between Sir Harry Johnstone, British Official, and Apollo Kagwa, representing the Baganda
Reasons for signing of the Buganda agreement.
a) The treaty was to define the position of Buganda in the country.
b) To introduce law and order in the country.
c) To reduce the cost of British administration since Buganda was to meet the cost of administration.
d) To define the relationship between Buganda and the British government.


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