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Heir Pins Mumbejja Ndagire on Kassanda Land Conflict :: Uganda Radionetwork
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Heir Pins Mumbejja Ndagire on Kassanda Land Conflict

Ndagire claims to be the rightful owner of the land because her grandmother was married to Yowasi Bajjabagonda. Muwangas family disputes the claims, saying Ndagire isnt any way related to their family since it is her grandmother who was married to their father.
29 Jan 2019 08:01
Paulo Kazibwe Muwanga, the heir to the late Misaili Kyeyune has pinned Fatuma Ndagire Nambi for threatening to evict more than 300 bibanja holders from Block 339 plot 2 in Nsololo village in Mannyogaseka parish Kassanda District. 

He told the Justice Catherine Bamugemereire Commission on Monday that Ndagire fraudulently acquired letters of administration for the estate of Yowasi Bajjabagonda, which sits on Block 339 plot 2 in Nsololo village.

Muwanga explained to the Commission that Yowasi Bajjabagonda was his grandfather having been a brother to his grandfather, Saulo Nsierima.  He said Bajjabagonda owned 550 acres of Mailo land that is currently under dispute. At the time of his death, Bajjabagonda left 525 acres of land.

165 acres were given to his four daughters including Yunisa Namuyanja, Ephraise Nabisinsigiri, Beatrice Nannyonga and Nattabi Edits while 350 acres were allocated to his heir and only son, Misaili Kyeyune.

Muwanga told the Commission that her aunties chose him as the administrator to the entire estate after the death of Misaili who was didn't live behind a wife or child. He explains that in 2003, his aunt, Nattabi Edita helped him process letters of administration and in 2009 he secured a tittle for the contested land his name. 

He said all this was done with consensus and consent of his aunties. Muwanga said that in 2004 Ndagire sued him accusing him of pretending to be from the Bajjabagonda family and acquiring a tittle over the family land. Ndagire claims to be the rightful owner of the land because her grandmother was married to Yowasi Bajjabagonda.

Muwanga's family disputes the claims, saying Ndagire isn't any way related to their family since it is her grandmother who was married to their father. According to Muwanga, he won the suit but Ndagire went ahead and secured letters of administration for the same land in 2012 under unexplained circumstances. 

Muwanga said that Ndagire also managed to lure the office of the administrator general into cancelling his letter of administration and land title. He explained that upon acquiring another title, Ndagire started evicting some bibanja holders and bought off some at a cheap price. 

Those who resisted her demands are often threatened with evictions. He said Ndagire uses police to threaten the Bibanja holders off the land. 

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