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Makerere University lecturer involves himself in land grabbing

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Police is carrying out investigation on makerere University lecturer at the school of forestry and environmental studies at Makerere University on allegations of obtaining Shs350m from Alice Nayebare on grounds that he would give her 100 hectares of land in Mubende District.


Police’s preliminary investigations states, Ms Nayebare met with Mr Francis Kimbowa (suspect) in March last year where they talked about the business and in April, they went to Mubende to survey the land. The search was conducted from the land registry and the land was free from incumbencies.


The investigations further indicate that in May 2021, Ms Nayebare and Mr Kimbowa signed the purchase agreement and agreed to pay the money in instalments.Between May 2021 and February 1, 2022, Ms Nayebare paid all the money but the suspect refused to give her the land title of the 100 hectares.


Mr Luke Owoyesigyire, the deputy police spokesperson for Kampala metropolitan area, said that police at Jinja Road are currently investigating a case of obtaining money by false pretence.

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