Yesterday, President Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert, together with Hon. Lutamaguzi Ssemakula ( MP – Nakaseke South) and Hon. Allan Mayanja Ssebunya ( MP – Nakaseke Central ) spent the day in Kimegeredde cell, in Semuto Town Council, Nakaseke District, where they went to visit the family of our ardent supporter, mzee Stephen Mugambwa.

It should be recalled that Mzee Mugambwa and his family have been stranded for over a month after their house was demolished in a move to forcefully evict them from land they have occupied for the past 48-years.

The house was demolished on the orders of one Captain Sula Serunjoji a former RDC. This is the same soldier who in 2020 was recorded on TV making partisan statements against President Kyagulanyi in front of Museveni.

Sserunjogi, the officer who ordered for the demolition of Mzee Mugambwa’s House

Mugambwa who is 66 years of age settled on the 6.74 acres in 1974 after inheriting the same from his father Colombani Mukasa. He has since established a banana and coffee plantations and constructed permanent houses, among other developments.

To his shock, a few months back men attacked them in the dead of the night under the protection of the military and demolished the house, and have since been threatening them.

The locals believe that Sula is being used as a smokescreen for “bigger people in State House” who are interested in the land! There are very many other poor families in Nakaseke and the neighbouring districts whose land has been grabbed by the powerful and mighty, and there is no recourse for them. We went to stand in solidarity with him and to deliver assistance to him, so as to enable him buy materials to rebuild his house.

This lawlessness will not come to and end, until we get rid of the Museveni regime. That is the most urgent task. One day, there will be justice for such people of Uganda who have been subjected to so much humiliation.

By nupadmin

The National Unity Platform is a political and social liberation political party duly registered under the laws of Uganda. We are a progressive, social democratic organisation, guided by the principles of servant leadership, equality, transparency, accountability, freedom, liberty and social justice

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