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Family Drags Heir to Police for Disowning Sibling

Petero Musisi Lubeeba, 40, inherited 16-acres of land bequeathed by his father Petero Lubeeba who died close to 30-years-ago. But Musisi later sold the land at a cost of 110 million Shillings and asked the persons occupying the same land to vacate it for the new owner.

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Police in Mukono has arrested a man who disowned his sister after inheriting his father's fortune in Namayiba village in Nakisunga Sub County, Mukono district.

Petero Musisi Lubeeba, 40, inherited 16-acres of land bequeathed by his father Petero Lubeeba who died close to 30-years-ago.  But Musisi later sold the land at a cost of 110 million Shillings and asked the persons occupying the same land to vacate it for the new owner.

However, a row erupted when one of his sisters, Cotilda Namusisi insisted that she will not leave the land until she is dully given her share of her father's fortune.

Namusisi says that the land in question was supposed to be split in five to give each of Lubeeba's offspring's to have a share of their father's fortune. But Musisi said the claimant was not known to him as one of the orphans.

//Cue in; "ela sikiwulirangako…

Cue out…yazitutte."//

They dragged Petero Musisi to Kyetume Police Station in Mukono District where Musisi maintains that Cotilda Namusisi is an imposter.  Their mother Jane Nantale, 70, says that his son is unreasonable and twisting facts out of greed.

//Cue in; "oyo omwana…

Cue out…zimugenzeeko nyingi."//

Namayiba Village Chairman Isaka Kibude cautioned youths against using their parents fortune as the key item out of poverty. He says a number of conflicts are emanating from such actions of greed.

//Cue in; "e ssawa esambayo…

Cue out…sibe babazaala"//

The area LC III chairperson Mubarak Sekikubo confirmed the arrest saying that police is investigating him for illegally evicting his sister and threating her life.

//Cue in; "ekyo omwana…

Cue out…amenye mateeka."//

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