30th July 2019
By Olivia Nabaggala
His majesty, the Kabaka of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has directed all heads of clans within the Kingdom to register their affiliated board of trustees to protect the land.
Mutebi revealed this at the official headquarters of Ffumbe (African Civet) clan in Bakka in Busiro County in Wakiso district and applauded the clan members for their efforts of registering all their land amounting to 750 acres.
He also applauded the clan members for protecting the environment by fighting deforestation.
Kabaka however appealed to children to keep in schools and acquire skills that will help them in this competitive world.
The Katikiro of Buganda Charles Peter Mayiga also urged members of Ffumbe clan to preserve the aspects that define them as members of Buganda and jealously protect their land because it’s priceless.
The head of Ffumbe clan Yusuf Mbirozankya Walusimbi appreciated his majesty for sparing time to visit their official headquarters since 1960’s when sir Edward Muteesa ll last visited it.
Immediately after his arrival the Kabaka laid a stone at the newly constructed school known as Buganda Ntege Secondary and vocational school.
By press time, the Kabaka was touring the Mamba (Lang fish) clan headquarters as part of the cerebrations of his 26th Coronation anniversary that will be climaxed on July 31st 2019 in Nkumba.