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POLICE HALTS INVESTOR FROM ERECTING PERIMETER WALL BLOCKING ROAD.

By UTN Reporter

Police has been hurriedly summoned at Muyenga Tank Hill Diplomatic Zone to halt construction process by a one Investor Hassan Aloy who had embarked on erecting a wall fence sealing off a road and blocking neighbors from accessing their homes.

This followed a court interim order issued by Lands division Judge Eudes Keitirima blocking the Investor Hassan Aloy trading as Falcon Company and Rulpal who had embarked on erecting a wall fence on the controversial plot.

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Ambiance….Bitter exchange at the Locus

There was scuffle at Muyenga Tank Hill Diplomatic Zone as police and family relatives besieged an Investor who had embarked on erecting a wall fence sealing off a road and blocking neighbors from accessing their homes.

Police led by Muwanika Aggrey who heads Lands division at Kabalagala Police, hurriedly rushed to the disputed land to block any possibilities of fighting between the family members claiming to have been blocked and the investor who had embarked on construction process.

Muwanika Aggrey came along with the interim court order which he served onto the investor who had construction process which he allegedly started at Night.

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The investor first resisted the order but on releasing there was heavy deployment, he succumbed to pressure to order for halting of the construction process.

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Hassan who had mounted a tractor to grade down the embattled road wondered why his neighbor Asuman Kibowa failed to use an alternative route at the back in pretext that its too stiff. He adds that there is no way one can persist to pass through some one’s plot without reaching to an agreement

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But the family accuse the investor Hassan Aloy of using the big shots in the country to block the road which has existed since 60s.

The seemingly bitter family members say all the Plans show this road and one can’t use back door to acquire land title on a road that has existed for years adding that they will fight to last authority in the country.

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