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Kampala district land board repossesses part of Owino market

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Kampala District Land Board has gained possession of four plots in Owino market. The land in question comprises plots 24, M34, 20A-22A, and M77B Nakivubo place. It was leased to St Balikudembe Market Stalls, Space and Lockup Shop Owners Association Limited-SSLOA in 2010, after …

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KCCA speaker declines to fill two positions on land board

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Kampala Capital City Authority Speaker Abubaker Kawalya has declined to convene a council sitting to fill positions on the Kampala District Land Board after the Minister for Kampala vetoed appointment of two members over allegations of fraudulent land transactions. Kawalya says there is an …

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Kyambogo land saga: Claimants agree on joint survey

Minister for Lands Beti Kamya has directed the Commissioner Survey and Mapping to conduct a joint site survey to establish the interests of all the claimants. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Four institutions involved in the Kyambogo land saga have agreed to conduct a joint land survey. The Buganda Kingdom, …

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KCCA approves new district land board members amidst controversy

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA has approved five members to the Kampala District Land Board amidst opposition from the acting Legal Affairs Director Caleb Mugisha. The names of the appointed members from Uganda Law Society and all divisions of Kampala except for Nakawa were presented by …

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Land Board member sues Lord Mayor for illegal termination

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Farouq Ntege, a former member of the Kampala District Land Board has dragged the Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago to court for illegally terminating him from his job. Through his lawyers of Nabukenya, Mularira and Company Advocates, Ntege is seeking interim orders from the Civil Division …

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