The Governor is continuing to explore ways of bringing about the early resumption of constitutional talks with the Buganda Government, and I am glad to say that His Highness the Kabaka made certain helpful references to the present disturbed state in Buganda in a speech to the Lukiko yesterday. If it should have the effect of ending the boycott and the disorders in Buganda, it might well be possible for local discussions to resume quite soon.
Would it not be helpful if the Governor were from time to time to see delegations representative of the people from Buganda? Could the right hon. Gentleman say why it was that he refused to see a delegation of women recently and had them turned away from Government House by the police?