According to the residents, unidentified people came to their land and started marking it without identifying themselves or even telling them their mission. Molly Nankabirwa, one of the residents, says that she saw people measuring her land and planting mark stones without introducing themselves or even telling her why they are on her land.
The girl was ejected out of her home, by her own mother, a week ago upon learning that her father was responsible for her three months pregnancy. The girl then wandered from her parent's home in Kitula to the neighbouring village of Bubira-Kalumbya where she was picked up by Resty Namaganda, a member of the Village Health Team.
Fred Egesa, the Ddungi Parish Chairperson, says that LC I chairpersons handed over their village stamps and registers and asked him to send them to the Residential District Commissioner, saying police has frustrated their work.
Katende says the entire place requires maintenance since it has grown bushy and most of the buildings covered with dust. He also says the sub county demonstrational garden comprising coffee and bananas seated on an acre also requires serious weeding but the king’s subjects charged with the responsibility are currently restricted from the area.
The contested land on Kyaggwe block 346, measuring 31 hectares is claimed by Herbert Muyomba and Dorothy Nakimbugwe who have petitioned the court seeking forceful eviction for the continued stay on the land.