History of Uganda
Uganda was largely occupied by Central Sudanic and Kuliak speaking farmers and herders prior to migration of the Bantu speakers about 3000 years ago in 1000BC. They were absorbed into the Bantu speaking cultures South of Mt. Elgon, Lake Kyoga and Nile River and this happened around 1500AD.
Since 1986, Uganda has been the led by H.E. President Yoweri Museveni. The activities of political parties were restricted since the start of that year as a way to avoid any likelihood of sectarian violence. The non-party – Movement system led by Museveni, and political parties were still existing but only operated in their headquarters. No branches were allowed to be opened to hold rallies or field candidates directly.