Tension is mounting at Industrial Area based Vision Group, a government entity, after its Chief Executive Officer being cited in the multibillion Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) land scandal.
Robert Kabushenga was recently summoned by Parliament, according to our Snoops, to explain circumstances under which he acquired several acres of the UBC land in Ntinda. Part of this land was allegedly sold to the Uganda AIDS Commission, while the other chunk is reportedly owned by former minister Mary Karooro Okurut and Burahya Member of Parliament Margaret Muhanga.
It should be noted that Muhanga is still grappling to explain to Parliamenthow she acquired over 18 acres of UBC land in Bugolobi valued at Shs10.5Bn, although she was recently forced to cough the title deed for the same land and is now claiming that UBC owes her Shs11Bn.
While Muhanga, who sold goats to buy UBC land in Bugolobi is still toying with her Saga, she is set to appear in Parliament again with Kabushenga and Karooro, to explain how they acquired the UBC land in Ntinda. However, by press time Kabushenga hadn’t been reached for a comment because his known telephone contacts were unavailable.