By James KabengwaKabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has directed Buganda Land Board (BLB ) to sensitise the public about the recently introduced compulsory land registration and acquisition of leases by tenants on kingdom land commonly known as Kyapa mu ngalo(a title in your hands'). "We need to put more effort in sensitising our people on why we came up with that new land registration arrangement (Kyapa mu ngalo) so that they make the right decision," the Kabaka said.
“We need to put more effort in sensitising our people on why we came up with that new land registration arrangement (Kyapa mu ngalo) so that they make the right decision,” the Kabaka said. He made the remarks while addressing his subjects at St. Beatrice SS, Kyankwanzi District during his two -day visit in Singo County on Saturday (June 17, 2017). “BLB should spearhead this(massive sensitization ) and ensure that our people understand the importance of this programme,” he added.
By James KabengwaWakiso — Several unsuspecting residents are losing billions of Shillings in bogus land deals to middlemen who disguise as employees of the ministry of Lands zonal office in Wakiso District, Daily Monitor has established. Sources privy to the dubious operations have told Daily Monitor that various plots of prime land in the district are being registered using forged documents to overwrite genuine records and the blame is tagged to the middlemen. The middlemen are not working alone.
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