11 Жов The 1900 Agreement Was A Turning Point In The History Of Buganda Kingdom Discuss
This morning I had a long conversation with the Kabaka. I did not want to push him to continue discussions on political issues that go beyond what he himself meant. He was alone, and he feels a lot the loss of his sister, which the whole house certainly regrets. This conversation couldn`t have been friendlier. It was extremely painful for me because of the dignified and correct attitude of the Kabaka in all these matters. It was the most painful 1252 for me, because he was a member of my university and regiment and a friend of my son in Cambridge. I was able to assure him that there was no personal affairs at all, but that I had a clear duty on these matters, which I must fulfill, however painful it may be. During this conversation, I was made to understand that the Kabaka fully understood the nature of the two issues on which this action was to be taken and that no compromise compatible with my duties was possible. . . .