AND CONSIDÉRANT THAT: as part of the commitment of the aforementioned article and in view of the granting of protection by Her Majesty Queen Victoria, it sought the protection that kabaka Mwanga had sought in the aforementioned agreement of 29 May 1893 by a contract concluded on 27 August 1894 (hereafter referred to as the “Buganda Agreement”), 1894) between said Kabaka Mwanga of one party and Henry Edward Colville , a companion of the Honourable Order of the Bath, a colonel in Her Majesty`s Army, Her Majesty`s Acting Commissioner for Uganda, for and on behalf of Her Majesty of the other party, Kabaka Mwanga in question has committed herself, her heirs and successors to conditions for all similar reasons, and for the purposes of this article , the term “Africa” has the meaning that it is changed from time to time by the interpretive regulation and general clause regulation of the Ugandan protectorate or by a regulation replacing this regulation. (iii) Appointments are for departmental functions in general and not for a specific ministerial position and are signed in writing, by the person or persons they provide, on or before the day or before the ministerial position. Provided that Her Majesty`s Government and Lukiko agree on the terms of the solemn commitment recommended by the Namirembe Conference, which must be accepted by Kabaka. Amendments and additions to the 1900 agreement for the implementation of the agreed recommendations should also be approved by Her Majesty`s Government and Grand Lukiko, and the amendment agreement should be formally implemented and in force by the Governor on behalf of Her Majesty`s Government and by the Regents and representatives of Lukiko on behalf of Buganda. The signing of the Buganda agreement led to the creation of a tax system based on the possession of firearms (gun tax) and residential areas (shelter tax). This tax system has earned money for the administration. 39 In the event of disagreement between the protectorate government and the Kabaka government, the dispute cannot be resolved through discussions between the representative of the two governments, and the Governor is convinced that the issue affects the interests of peace, order or good government of the Ugandan protectorate, the governor may give formal advice to ministers on this matter. As it is today, the kingdom of Buganda is supposed to be a constitutional monarchy. The Lukiiko, the Buganda Legislative Council, would have the power to oversee all operations on behalf of the kingdom, unlike previously, when all powers were entrusted to Kabaka. He added: “I will maintain the peace, order and good government of the Ugandan protectorate and I will entitle all kinds of people, in accordance with the above agreements, the Buganda Constitution, the laws and customs of Buganda and the laws of the Ugandan protectorate, without fear of favour, affection or ill will.” Article 3 of the Buganda Constitution of 1955 states: “Kabaka will succeed as before on the throne of Buganda by the ancestry and choice of the great Lukiiko.