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President Milton Obote -  How Does He Stay On Top -
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Keywords East Africa, Drum Magazine, politics, December 1967, December, 1967, 1960s, President Milton Obote, guard of honour, soldiers, army, Kabaka, Buganda, palace, Uganda, Drum Photographer,
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Description DM2008061303:EAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:DEC 1967 - How Does He Stay On Top - A growing army: on becoming president, Obote enlarged the army radically. When the central government troops attacked and captured the former Kabaka of Buganda's palace, some political observers claimed that Obote's government would not last more than six months. They argued that nobody could rule Uganda without the Kabaka and the support and co-operation of the Baganda. Now more than a year-and-a-half later Dr Obote is still at the helm of Uganda and his government is still going strong. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
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Title President Milton Obote - How Does He Stay On Top -
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