In October last year, Kigayaya-Golomola land measuring 85 acres that belongs to Buganda Kingdom was sold to Ronald Kibule, the State Minister for Water Resources by the caretaker Musa Katerega. Kibule later deployed police and the army to guard the land and evict the occupants. However during a scuffle, Dickson Wasswa 52 a resident of Kigaya was killed.
16 people were found burning charcoal and collecting firewood, while others were found in their rice gardens despite being invited by the magistrate to attend the Locus court session. The residents are accused to have illegally encroached on the land and depleted a private forest.
Grade one magistrate Moses Nabende said today there is need for Norman Tumuhimbise and Robert Mayanja to explain to the nation how the two pigs got their way into the precincts of Parliament on June 17, 2014.