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MP Tinkasiimire: Nyakana Burnt My House

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ed http://damnyouautocorrect.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php geneva;”>Speaking to Chimpreports News Desk in an exclusive interview on Tuesday morning, seek http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/notes.php the controversial legislator said this fire could be related to the recent demolition exercises in the city.

viagra order geneva;”>“Yes, I suspect Nyakana to be behind this,” said Tinkasiimire.

The MP, who heads the Committee on Presidential Affairs, has lately been instrumental in the debate against encroachment in wetlands and illegal structures in the city.

He has publicly supported KCCA Director Jennifer Musisi to demolish business structures in the city including Centenary Park under the management of Sarah Kizito, Nyakaana’s wife.

An attempt to demolish structures at the Park sparked a storm, with KCCA law enforcement officers physically clashing with Kizito.

She sustained injuries in the fracas. It took the intervention of Trade Minister Amelia Kyambadde to restore sanity.

Just one week ago, the NRM MP told journalists at Parliament that he had received anonymous telephone calls from people saying they “knew where all his properties were located.”

Asked whether he was aware of any injuries sustained by his family members who were in the house at the time it was gutted by fire, Tinkasiimire responded: “Not really, as of now I am not aware.”

“I have just gotten the news that my house is on fire. I am shocked. All my children are at school,” he said.

Tinkasiimire, however, said he had spent “some good time” without stepping at the Mukono residence because “I have so many houses.”

8:30 AM Police Publicist Judith Nabakoba has confirmed the torching of Buyaga County West MP (Kibaale district), Barnabas Tinkasiimire’s house along Ham Mukasa Road, Mukono division.

“Yes, it’s true we are investigating what caused the fire. But empty petrol containers were found outside the legislator’s home,” Nabakooba told our reporter Royal Kalangi on Tuesday morning.

The fire gutted the house at around 2:00am, injuring his wife Agnes Tinkasiimire and his unidentified son.

The duo was rushed to Nsambya Hospital.

Detectives say Tinkasiimire was not in the house at the time of the fire.

More details will be posted as events unfold…..


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