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Inzikuru, Husband Fight For Property

Inzikuru, accompanied by her relatives, on Monday reportedly went to her home in Arua and confiscated some of the property she co-owns with her husband, Martin Bosco Acidri.
Former World 3000 meter steeplechase Gold medalist Dorcus Inzikuru’s differences with her husband have resurfaced again.
 
Inzikuru, accompanied by her relatives, on Monday reportedly went to her home in Arua and confiscated some of the property she co-owns with her husband, Martin Bosco Acidri.

The group including Inzikuru’s father Jackson Lulua and Mother Joyce Lulua went to her home in Komite village in Pajulu Sub County and allegedly impounded a vehicle she had bought for the husband, a motorcycle and other household properties under her watch.

The decision to impound the properties came after a meeting between the family members of the two partners where it was resolved that Acidri vacates the house and hands it over Inzikuru.

Festus Ayikobua, an eyewitness at the meeting that almost ended up in a fist fight, says it was also resolved that the vehicle, a Toyota Noah registration number UAJ 856V, be handed over to Inzikuru including other properties since she declared that their relationship had come to an end.

When contacted on Tuesday, a jovial Inzikuru said it was over between her and Acidri adding that she picked only those items that she bought without any contribution from the husband.

Inzikuru, who is currently preparing for the 2012 London Olympics, accuses her husband of infidelity.

But Acidri, who currently works as an accountant at Adumi Health Center Four, has not yet given up. He vows to remain in their house in Ediofe saying he also contributed money towards its construction much as Inzikuru claims ownership of the house.

Lillian Dravuru, the officer in charge family and child protection unit at Arua central police station, says there is too much interference into the relationship by the relatives on both sides. She admits that the problem between the couple needs serious arbitration but because of too much interference they have failed to manage.

The couple’s strained relationship has been going on for over three years but it became public two weeks ago when Inzikuru allegedly mobilized goons to vandalize their house. They reportedly removed 20 iron sheets from the couple’s country home.

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Type Analysis
Freelance author No
Location Arua, Uganda
Accepted on 2012-03-06 16:23:28

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