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Uganda: Chinese firm accused of grabbing land in Mubende
Published: 16 May 2017
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NTV | 16 May 2017

Chinese firm accused of grabbing land in Mubende
 
The manager of farm belonging to a Chinese Company known as Quality Parts (FOMASA) in Mubende district has been arrested on allegations of grabbing people’s land and torturing them.

The manager of farm belonging to a Chinese Company known as Quality Parts (FOMASA) in Mubende district has been arrested on allegations of grabbing people’s land and torturing them.
 
The residents in Madudu sub-county, Mubende district allege that the company grabbed their land and have nowhere to plant food.
 
However, the manager Stephen Tumwine says the company has the title for this land and it had compensated all former occupants. 
 

Source: NTV



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