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Land Evictions Must Stop – Museveni Warns

The Ugandan president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni warned that he won’t allow anybody to evict people from land in the forthcoming year, saying land evictions will stop and he’s ready to lead the struggle against this act.

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There has been too much problems concerning land evictions in various parts of the country and the major one being the one in Lusanja, Nangabo sub-county, Wakiso district where more than 500 houses were destroyed by Medard Kiconco, a renown businessman.

During his new year address at his home in Rwakitura, president mentioned that most land victims are either elders that took part in bush war which brought NRM party into power in the year 1986 or their successors who are still supporting the ruling party until now, insisting that he can’t allow his friends to go through such agony.

We cannot however allow my comrades to be treated unfairly in land struggle, the owners of Bibanja,’’he noted.

On several occasions, many government officers have collaborated with land grabbers to evict people illegally leaving many landless while their property is demolished.

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