Crime & Investigation

Muhangi, Lubega City Land Row Rages On


information pills geneva; font-size: small;”>While addressing journalists at the bus terminal, Muhangi who also doubles as the proprietor of Horizon Bus Company, presented the latest documents from the Uganda police headquarters indicating the ownership of the plot on which the bus park is situated.

Muhangi, who claims to have acquired the plot in 2005, said he was evicted from it in February 2006 by city businessman Lubega, whom he accused of using forged papers including a land title to grab his land.

In a letter shown to journalists dated July 19, 2013 and signed by Erasmus Twaruhukwa on behalf of the Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura it was indicated that after making consultations with the Solicitor General, he advised clearly that Horizon Bus Company should remain in the possession of the land.

“I am now the one in possession of this land because I possess all the documents which prove the ownership of the land so whoever claims ownership of the same land should come up with all relevant documents,” noted Muhangi in reference to the letter.

The tycoons have been fighting over the land, a conflict that attracted the attention of Police and State House.


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