The British supported another up-and-comer, Hamud canister Muhammed, whom they accepted would be simpler to work with, and conveyed a final offer requesting Bargash to abandon. Bargash can't.While Bargash's soldiers set to strengthening the royal residence, the Royal Navy amassed five warships in the harbor before the castle. The British likewise landed gatherings of Royal Marines to help the "supporter" normal multitude of Zanzibar.
In spite of the Sultan's very late endeavors to haggle for harmony through the U.S. delegate on the island, the Royal Navy ships started shooting at the royal residence at 9 am on the 27th August 1896 when the final proposal ran out.With the castle tumbling down around him and raising setbacks, Bargash fled to the German office where he was allowed haven. The shelling halted subsequently.
The British requested that the Germans gave the Sultan over to them, however he disappeared to the ocean on 2 October 1896. He lived estranged abroad in Dar es Salaam until caught by the British in 1916.He was subsequently permitted to live in Mombasa where he passed on in 1927. As a last demonstration, Britain requested installment from the Zanzibar government to pay for the shells shot on the country.