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Iganga Landlady Evict Tenants Over Rent

Iganga in the eastern Uganda, land Lord has chased two tenants out of his houses because of not paying rent and they reported to the chairman as a result.

Phiona Mudondo has rental houses in Nkono zone III she unroofed Faizo Mugabi's Mugabi house who is motorcycle rider while they were asleep because of over delaying to clear rent money.


Mugabi acknowledged that he has not paid rent for four months but this due to a coronavirus and he has not been working, they agreed while at the chairperson’s office to pay in installments.

And Olivia Namukasa another renter at Mudondo houses, she has not paid her rent of 150,000 /=, was thrown out screaming that he hasn't a place where to put children.

Chairperson Milan Isabirye mediated into the issues of these tenants and pleaded the landlady not to cast out these people at this time.

Residents have condemned the action of this landlady of un-roofing the house and throwing things out.

At this time, the villager chairperson are overwhelmed with such cases of tenants being thrown out of the houses and they also have no means helping them out.


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