President Yoweri Museveni has appointed Lady Justice, information pills http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-24008845daf6f248fa835f069911a421.php Catherine Bamugemereire as the Chairperson of the commission of inquiry into the effectiveness of the law and processes of land acquisition, viagra dosage http://classactionrebates.com/wp-admin/includes/user.php administration, erectile management and registration in Uganda.
The development was revealed by Minister for Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Hon. Betty Amongi Ongom in a press conference at Uganda Media Centre on Friday morning.
Amongi noted that the commission was set up in response to the rampant land evictions and several complaints received from the public relating to the same.
“These complaints, reported to numerous offices relate to land grabbing, delayed transactions and unfair treatment of genuine land owners, tenants and other land users,” she said.
Bamugemereire will work together with a team of six members including; Owek. Robert Sebunya, Mrs Mary Oduka Ochan, Mrs Joyce Habasa, Dr. Rose Nakayi, Hon Fred Ruhindi and Mr George Bagonza Tinkamayire.
The Commission shall also be assisted by Mrs Olive Karazawe as the Secretary, Dr Douglas Singiza as the Assistant Secretary Research, Mr Ebert Byenkya as the Lead Counsel and Mr John Bosco Rujagaata Suuza as the Co-Lead Counsel.
Bamugemereire and team among several other tasks will investigate and inquire into the law; processes and procedures by which land is administered, the role and effectiveness of the Uganda Land Commission (ULC) in administering public land and the Land Fund, effectiveness of the relevant bodies in the preservation of wetlands, forests and game reserves and solicit views on the role of traditional, cultural and religious institutions who own large tracts of land with occupants in a bid to enhance better landlord/tenant relationships.
The commission shall also assess the legal and policy framework on Government land acquisition, identify, investigate and inquire into the effectiveness of the dispute resolution mechanisms available to persons involved in land disputes and inquire into any other matter connected with or incidental to the matters.
After the six months which the commission will use to execute the assignment, a report will be submitted with recommendations in regard to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the law, policies and processes of land acquisition, administration, management and registration.
Bamugemereire previously headed the commission of inquiry into UNRA, which unearthed ghost deals and ghost contractors in the construction of the Entebbe express high way.
Earlier in 2013, she chaired the KCCA tribunal which was tasked to probe the fights at City hall.