Police Given 14 Days to Produce Missing Kawempe Police Station Land Title

Parliament Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has ordered the Uganda Police Force to produce within 14 days the Kawempe Police station land title which is currently missing.

This was during interface between the MPs and police bosses on Friday as they appeared to answer queries that were raised in the 2014/ 2015 Auditor General’s report.

It was highlighted in the report that since the 2012/ 2013 FY, viagra the land title was missing and little has been done by police to secure it.

However in response, check the police Accounting Officer, Rogers Muhirwa sought Parliament’s help noting that they have done all the needful but failed to get response from the Uganda Land Commission (ULC).

Kawempe Police Station
Kawempe Police Station

Muhirwa asked Parliament to summon the officials of the Land Commission as the only way that would help recover the land title.

“The land title of Kawempe Police Station was handed over to the Uganda Land Commissioner as the custodian of all public land with original copies of transfers. We later wrote a letter to ULC requesting for a certified copy of the title since we wanted to plan for it and we were told that the title was missing,” Muhirwa told committee members.

“We instituted an inquiry into the missing land title but up to date, we haven’t received any positive response from the commission; we have written several letters to them with the latest dated September,” Muhirwa said.

The police bosses went further to explain that the only response so far got from the commission was to the effect that they would go slow on the said title since they are only users of the land.

The committee Chairperson, Angelina Osege asked police to explain whether they thought there is need to recover the title despite being just users to the property.

“We need the original land title if not its duplicate within 14 days, you look so reluctant and that’s why you have not done much; since you think you are just users of the land,” Osege ruled on the matter.

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