Full title reads: "Uganda Wins Independence - Technicolor". Uganda. GV Pan of Kampala. VS of arrival of Duke and Duchess of Kent at Entebbe Airport. They are met by Prime Minister A Milton Obote and His Highness Kabaka of Buganda. They inspect a guard of honour and the Duchess is presented to the Duchess. GV Government House. VS of Duke and Duchess with Sir Walter Coutts and Lady Coutts. VS of canoe regatta on Lake Victoria. Shots of canoe races watched by large crowds. Ugandan musicians play drums and local people dance in celebration. VS of Government House in Buganda. The Duke and Duchess attend a cocktail party given by the Kabak. VS of Independence tattoo in Kololo Stadium. Duke and Duchess watch the ceremony at the Union Jack British flag is lowered and the Ugandan flag is raised. Massed crowds cheer. VS of Independence Day ceremonies the next morning. The Duke of Kent makes a speech. Good CUs of the Duchess of Kent. VS of parade through streets. The Duke and Duchess are attending the state opening of parliament. Large crowds cheer the couple as they drive past in an open car. Shots inside Parliament. More cheering crowds as the Duke and Duchess leave. FILM ID: 1779. 15 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120, 000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website.
The other side of Idd Amin Dada. Political commentators say it was only a matter of time before President Yoweri Museveni responded to criticism by Kyaddondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kagulanyi Ssentamu. Kyagulanyi in his earlier letter, published in the News Vision, castigated the Museveni led administration for the increased poverty, unemployment and lack of democracy. Political analysts now say that President Museveni is worried that Robert kyagulanyi might use his music and political influence to cause regime change. This piece first broadcast on 15 Oct 2012. Televised on UK's regional television ITV1 Central. Programme (Program) - Central Tonight. Museveni jokes leaves African Presidents in tears of joy in Nairobi. #NTVNews #Akawungeezi For more news visit Follow us on Twitter Like our Facebook page. Haji Naduli alagudde Museveni bwatava ku Bobi Wine ekidirira atewuunya.
President for Life, Field Marshal Al-hadji Dr. IDI AMIN DADA presenting the Medal of Bwallah to Mwanga Amin Dada. Very good Staff Music Corps of Ugandan Army. The medal is named after Colonel Motumbo BWALLAH, The Great President's courageous aide-de-camp, killed by a crocodile in 1976. The allegation that the Great President personally threw Col. Bwallah into the river is of course not true. PDP governorship candidate, Senator Ademola Adeleke, challenges Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over 'stolen mandate' in recent Osun State election. Cameroon's President Paul Biya says he will do better if given chance to run for 7th term. Ugandan police arrest 24 red table clothes. Ghana unveils new airport terminal with modern amenities. MacArthur Foundation awards $47, 000 grant to Keeping It Real With Adeola. Instagram: Facebook: Twitter.
Aba People power baswazizza Minisita mumaaso ga Museveni _Kaweddemu. Shot on location in several villages in around the Mbale and Manafwa Districts in North Eastern Uganda. To see more photo video work, visit my site: tsmoulton Tech Specs: Shot on a Canon 5DMkII Canon 17-40 f 4L Canon 70-300 f 4-5. 6 USM Edited in Adobe Premiere CC Music: Zoo Adventure Theo Arnisound. In June 1985, nine Ugandans, led by Yoweri Museveni, checked into a guesthouse in a small Austrian town to chart a way forward for the country they hoped to lead one day. Alfred Chyba, Uganda’s Consul in Austria says the nine men, who were at the time members of a rebel group could not find safe refuge in places with high numbers of Ugandan exiles like Sweden and Austria was one of the few safe places in Europe in which they could meet and plan for the future of their armed struggle back home. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit Follow us on Twitter Like our Facebook page.