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Police arrest village chairman for stamping forged land sale agreement

By Wilson Manishimwe

Added 7th May 2019 01:04 PM

The suspect has been identified as Vallence Iraguha, the chairman of Bupfumfu village, Nyakinama sub-county in Kisoro district.

Police arrest village chairman for stamping forged land sale agreement

Valence Iraguha, the chairman of Bupfumfu village. (Courtesy photo)

The suspect has been identified as Vallence Iraguha, the chairman of Bupfumfu village, Nyakinama sub-county in Kisoro district.

FRAUD
 
KISORO-Police in Kisoro district have arrested a village LC1 chairman over allegations of stamping a forged land sale agreement.
 
The suspect has been identified as Vallence Iraguha, the chairman of Bupfumfu village, Nyakinama sub-county in Kisoro district.
 
According to Elly Maate, the Kigezi Police Spokesperson, a one Peace Nyirazibone allegedly mortgaged her  husband's land claiming she was given sh300, 000 as a loan by money lender, Ezra Byakatonda.
 
However, according to Maate, they instead made an agreement stamped  by Iraguha that the land was sold at sh5m cash.
 
"The following are involved in signing the same agreement; Jolly Nyirakalanzi stood as the mother-in-law of the seller when she is not, Nelson Nkurunziza acted as the husband of the seller, Yonah Singirangabo was a witness, Charles Ntirenganya  was the secretary," Maate said.
 
He said the chairman and mentioned people in transaction will be charged for impersonation, forgery and uttering a false document to defraud.
 

 

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