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Former Ntare School Boss Narrates How She Nabbed Her Husband Bonking Another Woman, Who Is Now Stealing Her Home, In Their Marital Bed – Pins Kayihura And City Lawyer Kanduho

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Former Ntare School Boss Grace Namutebi Isharaza, the widow to professor Isharaza testifying before the commission before breaking down in tears

Former Inspector General of Police (IGP) General Kale Kayihura has been cited in the grabbing land belonging to Mbrarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) professor, William Isharaza in Kemiyonga Kashari, Mbarara District. Grace Namutebi Isharaza, the widow to professor Isharaza testified before the commission of inquiry into land matters that after the death of her husband in 2016, policemen stormed her family home and arrested all the people who they found there including Jovial Kemirembe the caretaker of their family farm. She revealed that when she tried to ask the policemen why they were arresting them, they were told that they were working on orders from above.

She testified that she tried to talk to Mbarara police authorities but she was not given answers until she met Kayihura. She said that when she meets Kayihura. The General told her that he couldn’t help her but promised to find an alternative time for another meeting. She told the commission that she later realized that Kayihura was the one behind her eviction because he wanted the land to be given to Edith Kekimuri, a young fiancé to Isharaza. She said that Kale and Kekimuri combined forces to push her and her five children off the land because she was not a westerner. She further revealed that she got some breathing space when Kayihura was fired from the force and the authorities that replaced him ordered the policemen he had deployed on the land to withdraw.  Namutebi also pinned city lawyer Frank Kanduho for attempting to grab her land. She said one day when she was at her home in Nazigo, Kayunga district, she received a phone call from Kanduho informing her of a meeting at Kashari to read for them the will left behind by her husband.

She said that she contacted her children Musiime Isharaza, Mwesigwa Isharaza, Muhanguzi Isharaza, Mirembe Mwebaze Isharaza and other family members to attend the meeting.  She said that immediately when they reached the meeting, Kanduho entered with an auspicious look and warned them about the will he was going to read for them.

“You people might see me as a young person but I have seen a lot of things and am more knowledgeable. I am hereby warning you never to attempt to change what the deceased put in his will. I have seen people terrorized by ghosts, so to avoid such scenarios avoid changing what is recorded in this will,” Kanduho reportedly said.

Namutebi said that Kanduho started reading the will but whatever he read was forged because some of the children’s names were not written properly. She testified that after reading the will, Namutebi and his children asked for a copy but Kanduho refused to give it to them. She further revealed that they looked for engineer Tabaro Tugume who was appointed to execute the will but still she was not given a copy, a thing which surprised her.  However, Namutebi told the commission that her children managed to get pictures of the will using their phones which they used as evidence when they reported the matter to CID department Kibuli. She said that police forced Kanduho to surrender a copy of the will which the police later used to verify whether the will was signed by Isharaza.

She said that the police discovered that the will was forged. Earlier, Namutebi told the commission that they bought the 87 acres of land on Block 3 plot 4 Ankole together with her husband in 1982 from John Ibara. She said that she was the one who paid the money because Isharaza was studying his PHD program abroad and by then, she was working at Tororo Girls’ School. She testifies that after duly purchasing the land, she agreed with her husband to register the land in Isharaza’s names. She said in 1990, they relocated to Mbarara and she was given a job as headmistress Ntare School. Her husband was also given a job at Mbarara university. She told the commission that because their mission was to develop their land, they established an animal farm and banana plantations on the land. She revealed that in the 1990s, her husband got a loan of shs58m from Uganda commercial bank without her consent.

She said that secretly, her husband failed to service the loan and the bank threatened to took their family property. She testified that Isharaza went into hiding in Kabale because the bank was looking for him and he feared being humiliated before the public being a university professor.  She said that as a married woman, she looked for all means to rescue their marital home. She decided to talk to Uganda Commercial Bank officials. She told the commission that by that time, the commercial bank properties were being transferred to Non-performing Asserts Recovering Truest, so she was advised to talk to them. She testified that she pleaded with officers from the Non-performing Assets Recovering Trust not to auction their family land because she was a wife to Isharaza and she was willing to pay. She said that she was allowed to contest and hence she was became the top bidder and bought the land at Shs20.5m.

She said that after retaining the land, she was given all the necessary documents and she transferred the land from Isharaza’s name into her name. She testified that she allowed her husband to come back home. However, when he returned, he turned violent and developed deadly vices of adultery and alcoholism. She said that one time, her husband was given a job with Agha Khan foundation in Bushenyi. She spent only one month there but one day when she came back home, she found her husband had married another woman.

“My lord I will never forget, even though I will not expose my husband but the day I found him with a woman on my bed, not sleeping but playing sex, on my bed,” Namutebi wept before the commission. This forced justice Catherine Bamugemereire the chairperson of the commission to adjourn the hearing. Namutebi also told the commission that when she tried to register her land into her children’s names, she found the land already fraudulently transferred in Isharaza’s names. She said that right now her land was taken by Kekimuru her co-wife. She said that Kekimuru also took their family car, land in Ntare and Sanga. She said that she now abodes in Kayunga even after working hard her whole life to live a good life in retirement. She asked the commission to help her retain her land. The commission is still investigating the matter and Kekimuri is expected also to testify before the commission.

 

By Jamil Lutakome

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I Have Been Forging Documents Since My Childhood: Former URA Staff Boasts Before Bamugemereire

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Semanda before the land probe

Former Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) staff Steven Semanda boasted before Justice Catherine Bamugemereire’s land probe that he has been a forgery expert since his childhood.

Semanda testified that he has on several occasions been charged in different courts and recorded a number of police statements on uttering forged documents.

“Yes, it’s true I have been making a lot of forgeries but much of the time it’s my friends who ask me to forge documents for them. My Lord, I also don’t want be named to be in such things,” Semanda said. He told the commission that the evil of uttering forged documents started when he was still a young man.

“It was foolish but I forged my father’s signature and withdrew his money from his bank account,” Semanda added. Justice Bamugemereire the chairperson of the commission asked him whether he was the one behind the forging of documents indicating that the 28 acres of land in Kitezi were owned by his brother Charles Mulinde.

Bamugemereire cited the testimony of Mulinde who told the commission that he never owned the contested land but one day, he received a phone call from Semanda asking him to meet and sign certain documents for him. Mulinde said that it was his other brother Apollo Lumu who stopped him from signing the said documents because he (Semanda) was targeting their father’s estate.  Mulinde further told the commission that Semanda was fired from URA after forging documents and embezzling a lot of money.

Semanda admitted that he forged the said documents but clarified that he did it under pressure from his brother Lumu who wanted to own their father’s land saying their elder brothers were not serious.  He denied proceeding with the process because his elder brother Dr. Fred Kambugu warned him to stop forging documents with the aim of stealing their family’s land.

Dr. Kambugu, the Kampala skin clinic boss ran to the commission claiming that there are people who fraudulently grabbed their father’s estate including their family members.

The commission is still investigating the matter.

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Mafias Chased Us From Government, They Are Now Killing Themselves With Their Guns Over Money And Power – Mirundi…

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President Museveni’s former press secretary Joseph Tamale Mirundi has revealed that there are many signs showing that the mafias in president Museveni’s government are fighting each other over money and power.

“You know we intellectuals have information that mafias are fighting each other that is why dead bodies are now being thrown on the streets. Mafias here are very deadly and I’m telling you Uganda will end up like Somalia, they are going to kill themselves,” Mirundi, who was hosted on Pearl FM radio on Saturday said.

He noted that the mafias in Museveni’s government first fought and chased all the people who were loyal to Museveni under the guise of preventing them from stealing tax payers money. Mirundi said that by the time Museveni supporters like him, Ministry of Education Permanent Secretary Asuman Lukwago were kicked out, the mafias were working together.

Mirundi however said that their tormenters have now developed misunderstanding over money and power that’s why they are fighting each other.

The self-claimed media consultant and private investigator further revealed that the mafias in government have guns which they are using now to kill themselves, he gave an example of the gruesome murder of Joshua Nteyireho Ruhegyera and Mary Tumukunde who were gunned down on Entebbe express highway. Mirundi rubbished the arrests made by Uganda police and other security agencies over the current string of murders and kidnaps adding that the arrested suspects never committed these crimes.

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I WANT HER TO VOMIT MY LAND: Mulago Hospital Doctor Drags Former Minister Maria Kiwanuka To Land Probe For Grabbing Her 9 Acres Of Land In Munyonyo…

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L-R: Nabukeera and former minister Maria Kiwanuka

The troubles befalling former finance minister who is also the general manager of Radio one, Akaboozi kubiiri Maria Rhoda Nabasirye Kiwanuka keep pilling each day.

A senior Mulago hospital doctor has now dragged her to the commission of inquiry into land matters for grabbing their 9 acres of land in Munyonyo Kampala.  Rhone Irene Lubega Nabukeera testified before the commission of inquiry into land matters that her father the late Solomon Lubega Byatike Matovu (60) bought 9 acres of land on Kyadondo Block 257 plot 5 from prince Alfred Kigaala, a son to fallen Buganda King, Sir Daudi Chwa in 1964.

“According to the agreement we found at the department of mapping and surveying in Entebbe, our father fully paid the money for the land and lodged a caveat on it to stop unscrupulous people from selling it again, unfortunately, he died before transferring the land into his names,” Nabukeera said.

She told the commission that as a family, they knew that their father left land in Munyonyo but they did not have the documentations until 2006 when a one Yusuf Mukasa, a friend to their late father brought to them the documents.

She said that they went to the registrar of land titles in the Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development to find out the status of their late father’s land. She narrated that at the ministry of lands, they were told that the ministry cannot locate their land because it was still in folios even though it was still caveated. They further advised them to consult Entebbe department of mapping and surveying.

She testified that at Entebbe, they carried out an investigation and found out that their land was subdivided was currently on Kyadondo Block 257 plot 5 and 433. Their findings further revealed that the land was registered in the names of Ambrose Wafumba in 1975.

Nabukeera with her lawyer before the commission

They further discovered that the land was transferred from Wafumba and registered in Alima investments Uganda limited which is owned by Maria Nabasirye Kiwana  Kiwanuka, Margate Kiwana, Nakato Mbekeka, Margate Ndibalekera and Janet Nkabidwa, the shareholders of Alima investments. She revealed that efforts to speak to the owners of Alima investments limited were futile and they decided to use legal means. However, every lawyer they approach for assistance abandoned them. Nabukeera revealed that they discovered that there was an invisible hand influencing lawyers to abandon them.

However, Nabukeera found a tough time when commissioner Dr. Rose Nakayi, a Makerere University law don tasked her to present evidence that the land in question was sold to her father.

Nakayi, basing on the documents before the commission told Nabukeera that the land was owned by King Daudi Chwa on behalf of Buganda so his son Kigaala had no powers to sell it.

In response, Nabukeera insisted that the land was given to Kigaala by Chwa so he owned the land in his personal capacity.  She further testified that even her late mother Dorothy Nasolo benefitted from that land as a daughter to king Chwa.

Former Buganda minister Robert Sebunya supported Nabukeera that the said land was owned by King Chwa in his personal capacity not a king. 

Justice Catherine Bamugemereire the chairperson of the commission promised Nabukeera that very soon, Maria Kiwanuka and others will be summoned to explain how they got the contested land.

Maria Nabasirye Kiwanuka is still battling with her husband’s son Sebuliba Kiwanuka who dragged her to the high court civil division accusing her of fraudulently changing the administration of their father’s companies including Oscar industries limited. Sebuliba asked High Court judge Musa Sekana to issue an order to have his father Mohan Kiwanuka’s mental status examined claiming that her step mother Nabasirye is using him to sign strange documents giving her powers to administer his properties.

By Jamil Lutakome

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