16 June 2017
By Yusuf Serunkuma
“Land conflicts are by far the biggest crises afflicting Uganda today. Communities have clashed over competing claims to forestland. Families have been ripped apart by land wrangles. Individuals have spent decades in courts, sometimes in a futile attempt to secure legal ownership of both plots and huge chunks of land. The latest, in a bizarre twist, is that someone has laid claim to ownership of the land on which sits Uganda’s lone national referral hospital, Mulago…” – AllAfrica
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