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Lands boss Mayanja Nkangi leaves office
Publish Date: Jan 08, 2014
Lands boss Mayanja Nkangi leaves office
Mayanja Nkangi says he has left office to give way for others to serve.
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By David Lumu

KAMPALA - Mayanja Nkangi, the chairman of the Uganda Land Commission has left office, he says.

Speaking to New Vision on phone on Wednesday, Nkangi said that he is leaving office to give way for other people to serve in the position.

Former minister Baguma Isoke will replace Nkangi at the Land Commission.

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