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Govt Steps In Naguru Wrangle

By Vision Reporter

Added 28th April 2003 03:00 AM

WITH three days to the expiry of the deadline for Naguru and Nakawa estate tenants to leave the houses, State House has requested that the tenants stay while the matter is being sorted out.

WITH three days to the expiry of the deadline for Naguru and Nakawa estate tenants to leave the houses, State House has requested that the tenants stay while the matter is being sorted out.

By Hillary Kiirya
WITH three days to the expiry of the deadline for Naguru and Nakawa estate tenants to leave the houses, State House has requested that the tenants stay while the matter is being sorted out.
A letter dated April 24 to Kampala mayor John Ssebaana Kizito reads: “Please refer to the letter dated April 7, 2003, to his Excellency the President and copied to you. This is to request for your version of the estate saga so that we can appropriately brief the President.
The letter, signed by Mike J. Chibita, a legal secretary to the President added, “In the meantime, the tenants should be allowed to stay in their houses while the matter is sorted out.”
It was copied to local government minister Jaberi Bidandi Ssali, Kampala RDC Kiwanuka Musisi, Nakawa MP Fred Ruhindi and the chairman, Naguru/Nakawa Tenants Association.
On April 7 the tenants wrote to the President asking him to intervene after they had been issued with a 30 days’ eviction notice after April 1.
KCC says they want an investor to take over and renovate the estates.
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Govt Steps In Naguru Wrangle

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