Uganda was a collection of minor kingdoms, chiefdoms, and tribes long before the advent of the British Protectorate in 1894. Clans with the most powerful armies had the greatest authority, and the power structure shifted frequently as one clan surpassed another in military superiority. The kingdoms were declared illegal and renamed districts after Milton Obote established legislation in the form of the 1967 Constitution. In 1993, President Yoweri Museveni restored the status of the kingdoms inside the Republic. Today there are 4 kingdoms in Uganda that are legally recognized but have no political sovereignty that is; Buganda, Bunyoro, Toro, and Busoga. There are many smaller kingdoms or polities within these kingdoms that form part of the clan culture of Uganda. All are headed by a monarch but they hold neither legislative, executive, or administrative authority.