Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine was left in tears and anger on Friday as his beloved Busabala One Love Beach developments were demolished due to a local land dispute.
The ghetto president was deeply saddened by the act as part of his developments at the Busabala beach were brought down by authorities.
According to Kibiri Police OC ASP John Vuchiri who was at the scene, he only allowed the disputed potion of land to be graded after he got assurances from a delegation from the Kabaka’s office at Mengo that Bobi Wine had been given sufficient notice.
Bobi Wine was so pissed and called the act an injustice. He was quoted saying,
“It is very unfair. I bought that land….I paid all the people who were on the land and have been developing it for the past five years. Today I saw a grader destroying all my developments without notice.”
“It is an injustice by my own to their own, but I have to face it and know that will pass. I will not pursue it any longer,” Bobi Wine told NTV.
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But according to the Buganda Kingdom officials, Bobi Wine had attempted to illegally occupy and annex the disputed land and as a result they undertook the required action to stop him from doing so.
“There is a rumour that Bobi Wine’s beach was demolished yesterday. That isn’t true,” said Denis Jjuuko in a post on facebook.
“What was demolished was an adjacent piece of land to Bobi Wine’s beach which Bobi Wine had tried to forcefully and illegally occupy and annex to his beach. Bobi had been warned several times not to plant grass and trees beyond his official beach but he refused. This particular piece of land was even blocking access to other people’s land.”
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Author: Allan Bangirana
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