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kabaka

(kaˈbaka)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) any of the former rulers of the Baganda people of S Uganda
[C19: from Luganda]
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Aside from Hugpong, the other sole major local parties are ARANGKADA in Bulacan, Asenso Manileao Movement in Manila, Bileg Party in Ilocos Sur, Hugpong sa Tawong Lungsod in Davao City, KABAKA for National Capital Region, MAKIMAZA in Zambales, Partido Abe Kapampangan in Pampanga, Partido Navoteno, Serbisyo sa Bayan Party in Quezon City and Unang Sigaw in Nueva Ecija.
Taita Taveta County Executive for Water Gasper Kabaka said they are working together with the water service board to ensure that the precious commodity is available as soon as possible."Engineers are working round the clock to restore the supply," he said.
Water executive Japser Kabaka said pipeline repairs were underway to restore water supply.
Kabaka Mwanga tried to buy a saw-mill but was prevented by the authorities from doing so.
Proceeds of the racing event will help fund the KABAKA Foundation Inc., an organization with the primary mission of caring for the sick and helping the poorest of the poor, the needy, and the less privileged of Manila.
Bagatsing's camp, on the other hand, said that his tandem with the younger Atienza remained solid with the latter consistently attending sorties led by the congressman and his party, Kabalikat sa Kaunlaran (Kabaka).
In the Central Region of the country, how to be a citizen has very often to be weighed with how to be a subject to the King of Buganda, the Kabaka. The Buganda Kingdom, located in the centre of Uganda (where Kampala is), is one of the most powerful political entities in the history of the Great Lakes region (Medard 2007).
The Kabaka of Buganda was the first person to make a call with the Buganda Kingdom's K2 Telecom.
Elsewhere as with Shaka, the Zulu King, or Kabaka Mutesa, both leaders of more sophisticated political systems, the restraints were swept aside and tyranny ruled.
Obote had started off well as Prime Minister and even later as president, after using Amin to overthrow Kabaka. class="MsoNormalHowever, he would later turn oppressive, making life unbearable for those opposed to his regime.
On Wednesday, Mutua and Machakos Senator Boniface Kabaka blamed hardline party politics for the region's underdevelopment.