Suspected stolen property recovered from Mbarara councilor’s home

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Mbarara city council authorities and police are investigating Kisenyi ward councilor in Kakoba division,Hon. Muzamil Ssekajja who is also former municipal works secretary after suspected stolen government property including a street light, pavers and others were recovered from his home in Nyamityobora, Kakoba.

The property believed to be part of that procured underthe Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development-USMID project were recovered in an operation involving police, Resident District Commissioner (RDC) with city council officials yesterday Wednesday, July 22,2020.

According to the Rwizi Region Police spokesperson Samson Kasasira, a whistle blower tipped off the RDC who instructed them to follow up the matter and they secured a search warrant from court to search the councilor’s home. 

Kasasira says they have preferred charges of abuse of office, uttering false documents, and possession of government stores against the councilor though he has not been arrested.

Ssekajja however denies stealing the property found in his premises with the street light already installed saying he bought them from Abubaker Technical Services that was contracted to install street lights in Mbarara as well as blaming the malicious allegations to politics since he aspiring as city councilor for Kakoba and Nyamityobora wards.

Mbarara City Deputy Town Clerk, Richard Mugisha reacted to this, saying he has never received any complaint from either their employees or public about missing property.

Ainomugisha Aaron

Aaron Ainomugisha
A Ugandan Investigative and Development Journalist (Broadcast & Print), News Anchor with,also, Founder/CEO Rise Against Poverty Organization (RAP Uganda) 'Be Confident', a poverty eradication,human rights advocacy, mindset change, organization. Email If you want things perfectly done,do them yourself. Commenting on things you have not understood Makes you a 'Stupid Debater'. Avoid It.

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