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(From New Vision (Uganda): AAGM)
Byline: Joyce Namutebi
THE Prime Minister, Prof. Apollo Nsibambi, has advised Baganda and other Ugandans not to seek for a special constitutional status.
He said they should not seek for a special constitutional status because they would be envied and targeted by other areas as happened in 1966.
Nsibambi was opening a one-day seminar on "federalism and decentralisation-experiences in Africa and Europe" at the International Conference Centre yesterday.
"The way forward for federalists and other people wishing to realise their cherished goals is that they must market them carefully, diplomatically …