IGG Beti Kamya, ULC Boss Byenkya & Lands Minister Nabakooba Feud Takes New Twist As Anti Corruption Court Charges Byenkya Over ‘Obstruction’!

IGG Beti Kamya, ULC Boss Byenkya & Lands Minister Nabakooba Feud Takes New Twist As Anti Corruption Court Charges Byenkya Over ‘Obstruction’!

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By Spy Uganda 

Kampala: Inspector General of Gov’t Beti Olive Namisango Kamya has revealed via Agency’s Twitter account that she has dragged Hon. Beatrice Byenkya Nyakaisiki, the Chairperson of Uganda Land Commission (ULC) to Anti-Corruption Court, and that she has actually been already summoned to appear before it on 11/01/22 on charges of; Obstruction of Search and Abuse of Office.

Kamya said Byenkya, Police Constable (PC) Anywar Richard, PC Titus Wamono and PC Edward Turyatunga attached to ULC on 4th January 2022 without lawful justification or excuse, willfully obstructed IGG officers and hindered the lawful search of the office of the ULC Chairperson.

”Hon. Beatrice Byenkya Nyakaisiki, PC Anywar Richard, PC Titus Wamono and PC Edward Turyatunga while employed as Chairperson Uganda Land Commission and Police Constables respectively, at Kampala, on 4th January 2022 did in abuse of authority of their offices, wilfully obstructed and hindered the lawful search of the office of the Chairperson,” alleges Kamya.

Kamya says the three police officers; Police Constables Anywar Richard, Titus Wamono & Edward Turyatunga attached to Byenkya have been arrested, charged and remanded on charges of Obstruction of Search and Abuse of Office. 

Kamya’s Accusations Against Byenkya

Byenkya troubles started last year in October when the Minister of Lands, Judith Nabakooba suspended ULC bosses including her accusing them of being corrupt.

Then, Nabakooba took over the duties of managing the Commission before asking Kamya to investigate Byenkya and colleagues.

Responding to Nabakooba’s requests, Kamya, ordered for the interdiction of Byenkya from her position as Chairperson of the commission which Byenkya reversed through court that  issued an interim order allowing her to stay on until the main application challenging her interdiction and allegations against her is heard.

Addressing the media this week, Byenkya revealed that these are political battles from powerful individuals who have encroached on public land and now want her out of office.

“Everybody in Uganda knows that anything connected to land is a sensitive matter, it is a matter that concerns everybody so that is why we have been in the press for wrong reasons. We work at an institution but believe me or not, we have other influences from outside. You find people with god parents but for me I don’t have a god parent. I was just appointed by the grace of God,” she said.

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