Britain wants its former ‘British Protectorate’ (colony), currently the Republic of Uganda, to name one of its key roads after Samuel Baker. Samuel Baker is one of the agents of the Queen of England whom she assigned in early 18th century to explore Africa particularly South Sudan, Sudan, and Uganda.
Samuel Baker’s accestors led by his great-great grandchildren Christopher Baker and David Baker currently in Uganda say that they want to re-trace Samuel Baker’s expeditions and restore his fame in Uganda.
Samuel Baker’s accestors who are in company of world explorer Julian Monroe Fisher visited FortPatiko, a military stronghold which Samuel Baker built in Gulu District, northern Uganda.
David Baker, Christopher and world explorer Julian Monroe Fisher arrived in Uganda last week through Gondokoro in South Sudan. Samuel Baker is the one who discovered the view overlooking Lake Albert in Uganda.