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NSSF, Tycoon Nzeyi Sued by Indians Over Temangalo Land

NSSF Managing Director Richard Byarugaba and Amos Nzeyi with who the fund has been sued over the land at Temangalo

A group of Indians nationals have petitioned the Kampala High Court- Land division seeking orders compelling the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) to vacate a 435 acre piece of land in Temangalo.

The group sued NSSF jointly with a Kampala businessman Amos Nzeyi who allegedly sold the land in question to NSSF in 1998 at Shs. 11.2 billion.

The Asians under the company Temangalo Tea Estates Ltd claim ownership of the land, look http://clark-illustration.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php to which they had a lease before they were expelled from the country in the 1970s.

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The land was reportedly repossessed “illegally” by tycoon Amos Nzeyi in 1993 before he sold it to NSSF five years later.

The Asians in their suit claim that in 1973 when they were expelled from the country by President Idi Amin they lost their 30 year old lease on this land and basing on the Expropriated Properties Act, no rx http://clark-illustration.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php they were issued with a re-possession certificate of the land which they had been occupying since 1953.

The applicants insist that being in possession of this certificate; all transactions and activities on the said land are in their interest.

They are now beseeching court to compel NSSF to vacate the land and Amos Nzeyi to compensate them for  fraudulently selling it.

Chimpreports was still unable to rich Nzeyi for a comment. NSSF however confirmed in response that they are in possession of the title of the land in question.

The NSSF Managing Director Richard Byarugaba said the Fund has an “unimpeachable title to all the land purchased from Amos Nzeyi and Ama Limited in 2008.”

“The Fund is also the registered proprietor and is in possession of all the land titles, viagra dosage ” he stressed. “The Fund will vigorously defend its title to ownership of the property in Temangalo.”

Court has given both Nzeyi and NSSF an ultimatum of 15 days with in which to file their defense on this matter.

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