President Yoweri Museveni received the land probe report from the land inquiry committee that was appointed to inquire the law and processes of land acquisition, land administration, land management and land registration within the country.
The committee consisted of Justice Catherine Bamugemereire, who was the head. Other Commissioners are Owekitiibwa Robert Ssebunnya,
Ms. Mary Oduka Ochan
Ms. Joyce Gunze Habaasa
Dr. Rose Nakayi
Mr. Fredrick Ruhindi
and Mr. George Bagonza Tinkamanyire.
The support team has: Ms. Olive Kazaarwe Mukwaya (Commission Secretary)
Dr. Douglas Singiza (Assistant Secretary Research)
Mr. Ebert Byenkya (Lead Counsel)
And Mr. John Bosco Rujagaata Suuza (Assistant Lead Counsel).
Museveni added them more time
The land inquiry comitte was supposed to end their duties in November 2017. However, the president increased their assignment by giving them more six months.
According to head of the committee Justice Bamugemereire, the public responded to the commission in a large number.
The commission had four months of public hearings, 4,900 complaints and listened to 287 of these and reviewed 600
Museveni praised the committee for their judgments on the on land problems and also thanked them for their recommendations for the government to adapt.
The president said recommendations raised by the committee will go to cabinet for discussion upon final submission of the final report and thereafter, a White Paper will be drafted in May 2018.
The public will then be informed about the adaptations.
President yoweri Museveni has sworn to appoint senior police officers and lawyers to implement the findings from judicial commission of Inquiry into land matters report.
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