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NH&CC Secretary Denies Multi-Million Kololo Houses

By Vision Reporter

Added 30th August 2002 03:00 AM

THE National Housing and Construction Corporation secretary, Peter Musoke, has denied ownership of three multi-million houses on Plots 74, 76 and 78 in Kololo, a city suburb, reports Hillary Kiirya.

THE National Housing and Construction Corporation secretary, Peter Musoke, has denied ownership of three multi-million houses on Plots 74, 76 and 78 in Kololo, a city suburb, reports Hillary Kiirya.

THE National Housing and Construction Corporation secretary, Peter Musoke, has denied ownership of three multi-million houses on Plots 74, 76 and 78 in Kololo, a city suburb, reports Hillary Kiirya. The New Vision on Friday reported that Teddy Ssezi Cheeye had directed Peter Musoke to give a list of houses he owns and how he acquired the three multi-million plots in Kololo. The plots are 78, 84 and 96, housing flat numbers 74, 76 and 78. Musoke, who came to The New Vision offices yesterday, said according to NH&CC records, the houses number 74, 76 and 78 belongs to J. L. Lukyogoza, Hilda Musubira and Stephen Lubuka. “There is no truth in Cheeye's allegations that he is investigating mismanagement in the corporation. The land was demarcated into 24 plots in 1996 and we sold them to sitting tenants after Government started selling the house to civil servants,” Musoke said. He said the land between Kanjokya Street and Prince Charles Drive, housing the plots in question, was given to the National Housing by the Government as a means of capitalisation and got one title deed for it until NH& CC divided them into 24 plots. Musoke said claims by a letter from Olive Zaale, which said she did not find instruments transferring property 74, 76, and 78 on Prince Charles Drive, Kololo, from the Uganda Land Commission (ULC) to NH&CC, was not true. He said the titles for the 24 plots were with NH&CC but the Land Commission had no title deed. Reacting to the eviction of Mrs. Evas Babigumira from Flat A block 5 Fumu Close Kololo, Musoke said the IGG and the CID cleared David Wandera to take over ownership of the house. “Mrs. Babigumira wrote to NH&CC on May 3, 2002 requesting for the transfer of the house into the names of Mr. David Wandera after she acknowledged receipt of sh40m on good will from Capt. Tony Rubombora on May 6, 2002, on Wandera’s behalf,” read the letters. Ends

NH&CC Secretary Denies Multi-Million Kololo Houses

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