Rev. Godfrey Sono, the Mukono Diocese Secretary for Lands says that all processes leading to the encroachment of church land start from land offices where grabbers go to secure copies of the original titles and use them to create confidence among their victims by pretending to have secured them from the rightful owners specifically the church.
The Clinical Officer in charge notes that before the elevation of the facility from health center IV to a general hospital in 2019, the facility could receive on average 30 clients but now numbers increased to 200 monthly. About 20 percent are referred to Kampala and Jinja for specialized attention every month.
The Minister for Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs, Hajjat Misi Kabanda has appealed to residents avoid bending to misinformation from anti-developmental persons especially the opposition politicians in the area but to embrace the program since it is intended to foster inter-jurisdictional collaboration for Kampala and the neighbouring districts to enable development.
Charles Jjingo, the landlord, filed a civil suit against Mulimira in 2019 for failure to pay rent fees for a period of twenty months at 500,000 Shilling per month. Mulimira rented a building of four rooms where he runs a vocational institute.
On the night of September 19, eleven sex workers together with the manager of Recess Bar and Lodges, Abdu Kiggundu were arrested for allegedly beating to death a client whose identity is not yet determined due to lack of any identity documents.
“This is, therefore, to direct you, to hand over the office to the area town agent with immediate effect. The handover should be accompanied by a detailed report and accountability. In the meantime, any person or company claiming ownership of the market land should also keep away from the market until we get guidance from the Attorney General or competent court,” Kisekka directed.
Sarah Namuddu 40, one of the affected persons and a resident of Mulago Cell who lives with a disability, says that her day and night hours remain the same whenever it rains. Namuddu says that she spends the entire day and night draining water from the house every time it rains heavily because of flooding.
The Rotary Club President for Ssonde, Connie Masaba says much as Ssonde is focusing on Mukono, the programme is also being implemented by other clubs dedicated to offer an hour every week to supervise reading and literacy classes in pre-primary, primary and secondary schools.
According to Ssendi, most cases include housebreaking and snatching personal effects of night travelers. He says that most of the suspects behind the thefts rent within the localities where they commit crimes.
According to Salim, he traveled home on March 8 after receiving a pass out. He went home and his auntie sent him Shillings 790,000 on his phone number but when he got to town the banks were closed. According to Salim, he decided to return to school but didn’t find the bursar.
The Mukono Municipal Inspector of School, Faridah Nassolo, says that they are on the verge of losing the five schools since they lack funds to secure titles as demanded by the landlords. She notes that the former owners of the land hosting Kiwanga and Nakagere Umea primary schools sold the land private developer.
James Nkata, the Mukono Chief Administrative Officer, says the road unit was taken to the Ministry of Works and Transport for repair. He however adds that even if it is returned to Mukono, the district lacks the capacity to maintain the roads due to the delayed quarterly releases of money this financial year.
The municipality was given green light by the Ministry of Local Government to present all the necessary requirements which include the land title and benefit from the Markets and Agricultural Trade Improvement Programme-MATIP financed by the African Development Bank-AfDB.
Ayeri is accused of forging academic documents with the intent to fraudulently secure a job at the school. He is also accused of stealing up to 10.7 million Shillings from the School and issuing forged receipts for the same between November 30, 2020, and January 25, 2021.