The country has been placed under the direction of buganda administrators. The Banyoros revolted in 1907; The revolt was suppressed and relations improved somewhat. After Britain`s loyalty during the First World War, a new agreement was reached in 1934, giving the region more autonomy. Bunyoro is one of Uganda`s five constituent kings, along with buganda, Busoga, Rwenzururu and Tooro. In July 1890 an agreement was reached to transfer the entire area north of Lake Victoria to Great Britain. In 1894, Britain declared the region protectorate. In alliance with Buganda, King Omukama Kabalega of Bunyoro opposed Britain`s efforts and attempted to take control of the kingdom. In 1899, Omukama Kabalega was captured and exiled to the Seychelles, then Bunyoro was annexed to the British Empire. Due to Bunyoro`s opposition to the British, part of the territory of the Bunyoro Kingdom was transferred to Buganda and Toro. Bunyoro native administration: Bunyoro Agreement 1933; Rural policy in Bunyoro and decision on the granting of land of land; the points raised by the Mukama of Bunyoro; contains a copy of the draft treaty signed by members of the indigenous government, dated August 11, 1933, and printed copies of the 1933 Bunyoro Convention and the text of His Excellency, the Governor`s speech on the signing of the Bunyoro Agreement in Hoima on October 23, 1933. If the deceased had a grudge or other unfinished business with another family, his mouth and anus would be filled with clay to prevent the spirit from haunting.
The king usually does a lot of work to improve people`s standard of living. Relations with the European Community are maintained through the Bunyoro-Kitara Representatives Association. The king also works to preserve the traditional culture of bunyoro, while transforming the honor of the kingdom so that they can be compared to Western norms. All the families were ruled by the oldest man in the family (called Nyineka) and the village was run by a specially elected elder, elected by all the elders of the village. It was known as mukuru w`omugongo. The Banyoro were traditionally a polygamous people when they could afford it. Many marriages did not last and it was quite common to divorce. For this reason, payment to the girl`s family was generally granted only after several years of marriage. Pre-marriage sex was also very common. The Omukama (king) and other leaders in the region are considering establishing a university that will focus primarily on teaching relevant work skills in the exploitation of natural resources.