Trouble started after Nandawula reportedly attempted to grab part of land and house bought by her late father Matovu for her mother Naku. According to the land documents seen by URN, Matovu bought the contested land in 1969 at Shillings 2225 and gave it to his wife.
A letter from Eng. Christina Kakeeto, the Director Estates and Works Makerere University addressed to the Police Chief in the University, shows that the affected officers were given a month to vacate the premises by the end of this week in vain.
James Oguma, the Aliwang HC III Management Committee Chairperson who who celebrated the handover of the ward, said they are faced with the challenge of shortage of beds, bed-sheets, Mattress and refrigerators amongst.
Samuel Kyomukama, the Head Enforcement at NDA told Journalists at Wash and Wills that they inspected 213 facilities comprising of 5 Pharmacies 185 Drug shops and 8 Clinics during the crackdown. He explains that 78 drug outlets were closed and 112 boxes of assorted medicine impounded.
According to Bank of Uganda, agents licensed stood at 8,104 as of June 2019. And in the six months to June 30, 2019, the value of transactions processed by the active agents amounted UGX 5.74 trillion.
The Kampala Minister, Betty Amongi, says the Act gives her ministry powers to coordinate planning activities with other Ministries like that of Works and transport, Ministry of Lands and that of Local Government but not to plan for Kampala as people seem to understand it.