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Government intervenes in land dispute between MUK don, Kabigi muslims

Government has taken over the management of Kabigi Taqwa Islamic institute in Bukomansimbi district in an attempt to ease the tension between Makerere University lecturer Dr. Haruna Jjemba and muslim community there over its administration.
Sharon Ankunda, the Bukomansimbi Resident District

Commissioner (RDC) announced the decision on behalf of the district security committee at the school.
Speaking at the meeting, Ankunda said their decision is line with two court orders.

“There was an order issued on May 20th 2022 maintaining the status quo at the time of filling the application. The foundation, which ran the school last term, continues to do so until the miscellaneous appeal is determined.”

She also ordered that the disputing parties should not harvest the trees on the school land or construct any other building until the determination of the appeal.

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