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Traders Riot as Council Demolishes Market

Traders broke into a demo on learning that their kiosks were being demolished

Traders in Koranorya Market in Mbarara town yesterday blocked the Town Council enforcement team from demolishing their kiosks.

This followed a meeting that was chaired by Mbarara Resident District Commissioner Martha Asiimwe on October 3, visit this site http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-content/plugins/wp-gmappity-easy-google-maps/wpgmappity-posts.php where she promised to crosscheck with the Regional land offices to confirm the ownership of the market premises.

However, http://cosmopolitan.taconeras.net/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php the municipal council went ahead to demolish the kiosks, much to the dismay of the traders, who a demonstration at the market.

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The traders are opposed to reconstruction of the market, which they believe is a veiled ploy to take it over from them.

The town council enforcement was used to put the buildings down without informing the traders in the market.

Police was called to calm the situation as the traders had blocked the roads. The town clerk Munono Barintuma ordered the council enforcement to stop demolishing the rooms.

Traders said that the RDC had confirmed to them that their issues were being resolved but were astonished by the council’s decision.

The DPC Jaffar Magyezi sounded a warning to the traders to always use their leaders in resolving land issues instead of breaking into violence.

 
Traders in Koranorya Market in Mbarara town yesterday blocked the Town Council enforcement team from demolishing their kiosks.

This followed a meeting that was chaired by Mbarara Resident District Commissioner Martha Asiimwe on October 3, cheapest http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-includes/shortcodes.php where she promised to crosscheck with the Regional land offices to confirm the ownership of the market premises.

However, click http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-post-endpoint.php the municipal council went ahead to demolish the kiosks, more about much to the dismay of the traders, who staged a demonstration at the market.

The traders are opposed to reconstruction of the market, which they believe is a veiled ploy to take it over from them.

The town council enforcement was used to put the buildings down without informing the traders in the market.

Police was called to calm the situation as the traders had blocked the roads. The town clerk Munono Barintuma then ordered the council enforcement to stop demolishing the kiosks.

Traders said that the RDC had confirmed to them that their issues were being resolved but were astonished by the council’s decision.

Meanwhile DPC Jaffar Magyezi sounded a warning to the traders to always use their leaders in resolving their issues instead of breaking into violence.

 

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