It all started after another suspect Godfrey Kaganda, a resident of Entebbe who was arrested on Friday last week implicated him for his involvement in the illegal land transaction.
Badru Muyingo, a KCCA cashier attached to Kampala Central Division has been arrested for his alleged involvement in land fraud. Muyingo was picked up this morning by the KCCA Monitoring and Inspection team for interrogations. It all started after another suspect Godfrey Kaganda, a resident of Entebbe who was arrested on Friday last week implicated him for his involvement in the illegal land transaction.
Sources within KCCA told URN that during interrogations, Kaganda who was arrested for issuing fake receipts told police that he has been channeling the money to Muyingo. The duo was allegedly involved in forging receipts for plot 33 on Rashid Khamis road in Old Kampala. The fake receipts were found in possession of John Bosco Muwonge, a prominent city businessman.
Jacob Lukambuzi, the head of KCCA Monitoring and Inspection team says that during interrogation Muyingo admitted having worked with Kaganda on the said plot. He however, explains that Muyingo says that he received only 12 out of the 58 million paid by Muwonge.
Lukambuzi says that they are still carrying out further investigations as they have received various cases of the forgery that has been going on in the Kampala district land board. Peter Kaujju, the KCCA spokesman declined to comment on the arrest of the cashiers saying that he attending a meeting.
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