We, the undersigned, have Sir Henry Hamilton Johnston, K.C.B. Special Commissioner of Her Majesty, Commander-in-Chief and Consul General for the Ugandan Protectorate and adjacent areas, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of Lndia, on the one hand; And the regents and sub-appointed chiefs of the Kingdom of Uganda, on behalf of the Kabaka (kings) of Uganda, and the Ugandan chiefs and people, on the other, agree with the following articles concerning the government and administration of the Kingdom of Uganda. one are the Buganda Agreement of 1894, the Buganda Agreement of 1900 and the agreements established in the third list of that agreement. (2) At the head of each saza, there is a chief, called head of Saza, responsible for the management of the Katikiro for the management of his saza, the collection of all taxes collected by the Kabaka government and the collection of electoral taxes on behalf of the protectorate government. The Uganda Herald newspaper of August 14, 1914 reproduces the oath: “I Daudi Chwa, I swear that I will serve our sovereign lord King George V well and truly in Kabaka`s office in Buganda, and I will do well to all kinds of people according to the law and the use of the protectorate of Uganda, without fear or favor, affection of goodwill. This is how God helps me. The British wanted not only to be the masters of the kingdom and its people, but also to have a say in the next Kabaka. After the death of Kabaka, his successor was elected by a majority of votes in the Lukiiko Council or the Original Council. The name of the person elected by the Council of Mothers must be submitted for approval by Her Majesty`s Government and no person may be recognized as Kabaka by Uganda whose election has not received the approval of Her Majesty`s Government,” Article 6 continues. Prior to the signing of the agreement, The Kabaka of Buganda chose its officials without consultation.
The country of Mailo was subdivided between members of the royal family, Reich officials and a few individuals. Other beneficiaries were religious institutions. At the time of the signing of the agreement, the figures of the allocated area were estimated. After consultation, the contracting parties had to sit down together and conclude what the agreement had decided after the award. This culminated in the attribution of Buganda from 1913 Agreement.As after Article 15, the natives who did not enter the categories of persons to whom the land was allocated were rendered landless. They became squatters. The tax system, which was to finance the new administrative structure, was also introduced as part of the agreement. Made in English and Luganda in Mengo, Kingdom of Uganda, March 10, 1900. The agreement stipulated that Kabaka should exercise direct control over the indigenous people of Buganda, who administer justice by Lukiiko and its officials.
 He also consolidated the power of Bakungu`s majority-Protestant client leaders, led by Kagwa. The British sent few civil servants to run the country and relied mainly on the Bakungu chiefs. For decades, they have been privileged because of their political abilities, their Christianity, their friendly relations with the British, their ability to collect taxes and Entebbe`s proximity to Uganda`s capital. In the 1920s, British administrators were more confident and needed less military or administrative support.  AND CONSIDERING, that an agreement was reached on 10 March, 1900 (hereafter referred to as “buganda agreement, 1900”) between Sir Henry Hamilton Johnson, Knight Commander of the Moste Order to the Bath, Her Majesty`s Special Commissioner, Commander-in-Chief and Consulate General of the Ugandan Protectorate and the surrounding areas, on behalf of the Kabaka of Buganda and the Chiefs of The People and Buganda , on the other hand, the relationship between the government of your government, the government of the Ugandan protectorate (hereafter referred to as the “protectorate government”) and the Kabaka, leaders and people of Buganda were defined and were designed for the recognition of the Kabaka of Buganda as the local ruler of Buganda under the protection and reign of Her Majesty: H.H. JOHNSTON. , Special Commissioner, Majesty, Commander-in-Chief and Consul General, on behalf of Her Majesty, Empress of Lndia.