Mulembya accuses Robert Lusambya, a renowned real estate dealer of masterminding the sale of kingdom land in Kyaggwe County. He wants Buganda loyalists in Kyaggwe to unite and defend the kingdom’s land.
Bogeere Lubanga Mulembya, the Kyaggwe county head (Ssekiboobo) under the
Buganda Kingdom administration is dismayed by real estate dealers selling off
land hosting the traditional parish courts alias ekitawuluzi. He says the
Kingdom is losing for most its historical land as Buganda Land Board looks on.
stems from 25 acres of land at Kasanakamusisi village in Kasawo Sub County,
which hosts the Kasana parish court. Our
reporter visited the land and found it parcelled into small plots. Part of the courthouse has also been demolished.
land at risk of being encroached on is eight acres at Kimenyadde parish, one
acre at Namaliri, 32 acres of Nalubabwe parish in Nakifuma Sub County in Mukono
district and 30 acres of land in
Ngogwe sub-county in Buikwe district.
accuses Robert Lusambya, a renowned real estate dealer of masterminding the
sale of kingdom land in Kyaggwe County.
wants Buganda loyalists in Kyaggwe to unite and defend the kingdom’s land.
“Nsaba abantu basabasajja…
Cue out: …ssabasajja kabaka”//
Lusambya, who is accused of masterminding the sale of kingdom land in Kyaggwe County,
says despite claiming to own, Mulembya lacks proof of ownership for the
//Cue in: “Abo baba tebalina…
Cue out: …okufera omuntu”//
Muhamad Lubowa, the Kasanakamusisi Village LC I Chairperson says a number of
residents have illegally settled on kingdom land. He notes that most of the
settlers claim to have purchased the land from Lusambya whom he has also never
Denis Bugaya, the Legal Officer Buganda Land Board, says they have always
cautioned people against buying land without consulting local committees for
guidance. He notes that they have received several complaints against people
attempting to sell off land hosting the parish court, adding that they had
tasked those involved to provide proof of ownership.