By David Griffiths
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Overall, by independence, the north was much less developed compared with the south, though it was disproportionately represented in the military. This is the socioeconomic environment under which Obote, a Langi from the north, became prime minister of Uganda in 1962 and immediately began to contend with the political and socioeconomic power of the Baganda, whose native territory included Uganda’s postcolonial capital of Kampala. , Kabaka Only), that made it difficult for him to legislate or implement many of his policy initiatives; and the alliance’s shared authority clause that forced him to share power with Sir Edward Mutesa (Kabaka Mutesa II of Buganda), Uganda’s titular head of state, president, and commander-in-chief of the armed forces.
This situation is caused by many factors, including the country’s high poverty levels that tempt many teenage girls to earn income from sex, the disproportionate burden Uganda’s high incidence of HIV/AIDS places on girls as surrogate caregivers, government policies that bar pregnant girls and teenage mothers from completing their primary and secondary education despite the country’s high teen pregnancy, and girls’ fear of sexual harassment in schools. 9 C ITIES Uganda’s urbanization level or proportion of the population living in urban areas is only 12 percent.
This led to Obote’s INTRODUCTION 17 abolition of the country’s federalist independence constitution in 1966; his elimination of the prime minister’s office and assumption of full executive authority of Uganda as president; and his termination of the traditional kingdoms’ federal status. 18 This created major animosity between the Baganda and Obote and Amin (in spite of these leaders’ Ganda wives) which, together with Obote’s politicization of the armed forces, set the stage for Uganda’s political implosion and bloodshed in the 1971–86 period.
A grammar of the Malagasy language : in the Ankova dialect by David Griffiths