Livingstone Kalungi, a resident of Bukomba village in Luwero district says he bought a piece of land measuring 27 yards from Ssenyonjo Muwanguzi who is now deceased. The land in question is located in Lukenku village in Kikamulo sub-county in Nakaseke district. On August 23, 2021, Major Jimmy Katende, an administrative officer in the Office of the President wrote to Nakaseke District Police Commander informing him that he had received a complaint from another person, Anatoli Buzoya, claiming to have bought the contested land in 1972.
Doctor Anna Rose Ademun the Commissioner of Animal Health in Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries has written to Nakaseke Chief Administrative Officer and other district leaders informing them that the quarantine has been lifted.
Godfrey Batalingaya, the LC 1 chairperson of Mazzi-Malungi village in Kinyogoga Sub-County, says that the lockdown saw a ban on Cattle markets in the area to stem the spread of COVID-19. According to Batalingaya, many of the residents in his jurisdiction who could take cattle products to markets every Monday were affected seriously due to loss of income.
Nayebare Kyamuzigita, the Chairperson of Nakaseke District COVID-19 Task Force, says that apart from attending burials in high numbers, the mourners stay there for days because of the availability of free food provided by outside catering service providers.
Nayebare Kyamuzigita, the Nakaseke Resident District Commissioner explains that the broadcasters on the community radios have been mobilizing people to attend burials in huge numbers contrary to the presidential guidelines restricting burials to 20 people.
“We have instructed them to pick blood samples from the bereaved family members and order them to go in isolation till results are released,” Kyamuzigita said. He says that they are facing enormous challenges to respond to alerts, contacts, and check on patients due to the lack of PPEs and fuel.
Mwesigye is a former contestant for the Kito sub-county chairman's seat. His body was found on Monday dumped at mango farm belonging to outgoing Nakaseke Central Member of Parliament Syda Bbumba located at Mabbale village in Kiwoko town council.
Resty Nampijja the Director of Amazing Grace Nursery and Primary School says that currently they need over 10 million shillings to meet COVID-19 SOPs and other operational costs which are not available.
Godfrey Kavulu the publicity secretary of Magoma village says that Nalwanja’s body was discovered by residents at around 9:00 am who were passing near a bricklaying site where she was killed last night.
Sebastian Mpagi, the Kiziba village LC 1 Chairman, says that Namagembe has since asked for a letter recommending them to settle in another village because of the tension following last week’s attack. Mpagi explained that Namagembe left the village on Monday this week with her grandchildren but they didn’t tell him where they were heading.
According to Mpagi, Lukwago was hit by a falling door as he was trying to flee the fire and fell on the ground where he burnt to death. He says one of the girls survived the fire by feeling through a door that was destroyed by the thugs.
Koomu explains that he has been at the forefront of fighting land grabbers together with Nakaseke South MP, Luttamaguzi Ssemakula leaving some leaders questioning his loyalty to the NRM Party. According to Koomu, he has spoken out on injustices that have threatened Bibanja owners and addressed several issues to Museveni without fear or favor.