Fury as Kyambogo Land is Grabbed

Kyambogo university is losing property to land grabbers

Newly crowned 2015 Uganda Cup champions and Azam premier league runners-up, erectile SC Villa are expected to arrive in Dar es Salaam, no rx Tanzania on Thursday morning ready for a charity match against giants Young Africans SC (Yanga).

As confirmed by the CEO who doubles as the club’s PRO, pilule Mr Ivan Kakembo, Villa travelled to Tanzania in the wee hours of Wednesday morning and will be playing on Saturday.

“A delegation of 22 people has this morning (Wednesday), 5.00am, departed for Tanzania, where we are to participate in a charity game against Yanga FC (SC),” Mr. Kakembo said in a statement to the media.

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The match is organized by Nyumbani Kwanza Media Group and is scheduled to take place on Saturday evening.

The main aim of the charity game is to create awareness about the killings of Albinos in Tanzania and other parts of Africa.

“Through this match, we believe we are playing a vital part in the bid to end these killings (Albino).

SC Villa is expected back on Monday. The following are the set of players and officials that travelled.

Isaac Kirabira (C), Yeseri Waibi , Paul Patrick Mboowa, Abel Eturude, Taddeo Lwanga, Umar Kasumba, Henry Katongole, Augustine Nsumba,Sulaiman Ochero, Abdul- Karim Kasule, James Kasibante, Robert Achema, Misi Katende, Denis Kamanzi, Henry Mugoya, Ashadu Bugembe, Nicholas Ssebwato, Jonathan Mugabi.


Topher Musoke- Leader of delegation Ibrahim Kirya- Head Coach

Philip Obwiny- Technical manager

Abdallah Ssemambo- Team doctor
By Raymond Lukwago

The Parliamentary Select Committee investigating school land grabbing in Kampala, viagra has grilled Kyambogo University management over negligence in managing the institution’s land.

This matter arose after the latest survey process revealed that the University had so far lost 34.7 acres of land, some of which have been deliberately given to Ministry of Education to build its headquarters and 10 acres to unknown land grabbers.

While appearing before this committee, the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof Eli Katunguka Rwakishaya said the University Council agreed to give some land to Ministry of Education on free hold to construct its headquarters.

“The land from Kyambogo University was given to the Ministry of Education around 2003/2008,” Prof Katunguka said.

This raised concern among Members of Parliament, questioning why the campus land was given away without any formal arrangement.

However, Katunguka insisted that the giveaway was facilitated by the “cordial relationship” between the two institutions.

“There was a PS, Francis Ruhanga who received the title and passed it on to the Uganda Land Commission to curve off the land for the ministry of Education only. That was the instruction given,” Prof. Katunguka revealed.

“I think there was a connivance with some members in the land commission to curve off some extra piece of land for people we don’t understand,” Prof Katunguka added.

At day’s break the committee chaired by Hon Robert Migadde resolved to summon officials from the Ministry Of Education along with the manager of Megh Industries to clarify on how they got ownership of the university land under the free hold system.

Hon Migadde continued to observe that a date will be set to meet the respective officials to explain themselves.

Land grabbing in Kampala has been on the rise in recent years, with schools losing prime properties to fraudsters in the city.


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