According to Beti Kamya, the Ministry has received more complaints about the services from Luwero and Wakiso. The complaints include lifting caveats without the knowledge of affected parties, delayed issuance of land titles, issuing multiple titles on the same land and corruption among others.
Over the last 30 years Uganda has registered an increase in the number of Elephants from 2,000 to 6,000, Giraffes from 350 to 1,600, mountain Gorillas in the three countries from 350 to more than 1,000 and other animals, but these and others compete for land with humans.
Simon Peter Oibi, the foreman who was also taken ill told URN that they were called by Akol to roof his house, whose roof was destroyed by wind.
According to Oibi, all the people that ate the food are hospitalised after presenting with diarrhea, vomiting and stomach ache.
In her handover report, the outgoing RDC Alice Muwanguzi observed that land conflicts were her biggest challenge and cautioned her successor to handle them with care. Muwanguzi advised the new RDCs to always work with leaders and Security Committees to resolve the conflicts.
Some of the wrangles have ended in court and others, before the Justice Catherine Bamugemereire-led commission. They include cases of multiple sale of pieces of land, Land grabbing and forceful evictions, all centered on the absence of land titles.
Kyaligonza was early this week transferred to Wamala Region to serve as Deputy Regional Police Commander ending his three-year tenure in Savannah region. He is replaced by Senior Superintendent of Police Moses Mwanga Kitiyo who has just finished training at Bwebajja Police Training School.
Land owners in Tooro have welcomed the move to discuss the contentious issue of land at the second Tooro Peoples Conference scheduled for 22nd and 23rd December in Fort Portal. The land owners argue that the discussion is timely due to several land conflicts, evictions, encroachments and ignorance on land utilisation.
In a preliminary statement presented to parliament chaired by Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah, the Internal Affairs Minister Jeje Odongo said that police investigations currently point at ritual purposes, domestic disputes and land conflcts as the motives behind the wave of killings.
Jokene says that a group of people armed with logs attacked his workers accusing them of trespass before slashing down the crops. The crops affected include 100 acres of maize, 105 acres of beans, 50 acres of sun flower and 5 acres of cassava. He estimates his losses to be more than 72 million Shillings.
Members of Parliament from Acholi sub region have said that the Government has violated the agreement that was made weeks ago on the heavily disputed Apaa land in Amuru district by reportedly sending surveyors in the region.
The Police and Resident District Commissions have come to the defence of security officers in Amuru district accused of allegedly looting scholastic materials including text books, chalks and note books from Apar Primary school.