It is alleged that property agent, Muhamadi Kamoga fraudulently transferred, subdivided aa 250 acre land at Bukaaya Village, Wakiso District, contrary to the powers of Attorney granted to him by the landlord Peter Babingamba.
Mr Muhamadi Kamoga accused of fraudulently acquiring a 250 acre land at Bukaaya, Wakiso District.
businessman Peter Babingamba and property agent, Muhammad Kamoga are embroiled
in a dispute over ownership of a 250-acre land at Bukaaya Village near Garuga
in Wakiso District.
alleged that in June 2020, Babingamba granted Kamoga powers of attorney to negotiate
with occupants and transmit any documents to him as the landlord to effect the transfer
and to negotiate and settle after getting his consent with a view of regulating
their occupancy through the purchase of land they occupy.
also show that the duo also signed a Memorandum of Understanding – MOU where it
was agreed that upon completion of the assignment, Kamoga was entitled to 35
percent of the proceeds of the land recovered while Babingamba was entitled to
counterclaim filed before the Land Division of the High Court, Babingamba
alleges that instead of executing the assignment, Kamoga fraudulently
transferred the land into his name, subdivided it into numerous plots for sale
contrary to the agreements.
lawyers of Kintu, Nteza, and Company Advocates, the businessman contends that Kamoga
did not negotiate nor introduce any sitting tenant to him as he claims contrary
to the powers of attorney and MOU. Babingamba filed a counterclaim
after Kamoga sued him in May this year seeking a declaration that he is
entitled to 35 percent of the disputed land that he recovered from four plots.
lawyers, Kamoga is seeking a court declaration that the titles that were
advanced to Babingamba are the 65 percent that he is entitled to. He
claims that Babingamba has no interest, right, or any claim whatsoever in the
land that comprises the 35 percent that was retained by him.
Babingamba alleges that Kamoga’s actions of claiming that he is entitled to 35
percent of the entire land in dispute, even to the extent of allocating himself
large portions of the prime land and retaining title deeds contrary to the
provisions of both the powers of attorney and MOU are illegal, null and void.
He states that the powers of attorney were revoked because
of KKamoga deviatedm from what was expressly authorized too and resorted to the
fraudulent transfer and subsequent sale of Babingamba’s land.
defendant contends that the plaintiff is enjoying land that he grabbed from the
defendant who is suffering psychological torture and distress upon losing his
prime valuable property worth billions of Shillings,” reads the complaint
accusing Kamoga of theft for illegally converting his land.
He is now
seeking court orders to direct the Commissioner for land registration to cancel
the registration of Kamoga and Francis Kaluandalo as proprietors of the
disputed land on the 250-acre land. Documents on-court record show that the court
on November 9 issued an interim order stopping Kamoga and Kaluzandalo from
further transferring and or selling the subdivided plots until the determination
of the case.
The court has also set November 29 for a hearing
of another application filed by Babingamba against Kamoga for a temporary stay
of any transactions on the disputed land.