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Land probe: KCCA officials grilled over Bukasa cemetery land
The commission heard that whereas KCCA is mandated to manage and oversee public cemeteries in the city, a lot of them have either been leased out, outrightly sold off or grabbed.

The commission of inquiry investigating land management and administration in Uganda has heard that KCCA has failed to preserve land meant for a cemetry in Bukasa in Bweyogerere, Wakiso district.

Acting director of physical planning in Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Mark Bwambale and KCCA land manager Dickson Akena found difficulty explaining the parcelling and leasing of the Bukasa cemetery land.

The commission heard that whereas KCCA is mandated to manage and oversee public cemeteries in the city, a lot of them have either been leased out, outrightly sold off or grabbed.