Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Notorious Trader Sect Storm Kiseka Market

The Kampala police were called hurriedly to intercept sect of traders that invaded the Kiseka market claiming ownership over the market. The police intervention averted the nasty situation whereby traders were about to interface ion a bloody fight. Some of the

Traders we spoke to accused the pro-Kayita sect of maliciously wanting to grab the market land since the same sect abstained from the registration of market beneficiaries.

In the same way, the vendors vowed faceoff with anyone that attempts to snatch the market and they added that they bought the market land with their own money but not with the government money as the other sect claim.

Meanwhile, Ssewanyana Charles from Roko construction the company contracted to build the market said that they are very aware that the maters of this market land are before the court, therefore, they were shocked to be stormed by a group of people claiming the land.

In the same way, Ssewanyana refuted the allegations that it is the president of Uganda that brought the land for the traders, instead, the president helped the traders to convince KCCA to sell the land to them

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