Police is ready to evict Brig. Kasirye Ggwanga, after court on renewed an eviction order against him from the house in Makidye, a Kampala suburb on block 261, plot 428.

There allegations this week in the Kenya media that the house belonged to former Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki of which he denied saying he doesn’t have any properties in Uganda.

The owner of this property is not established

At a press briefing in Kampala at the central police station Thursday Kampala metropolitan Police commander Andrew Felix Kaweesi said that unless the senior presidential advisor on Buganda behaves they have finalized plans to embarrass him and remove him for the contested house.

“Our work is to enforce law and order, and we are ready to do that if he doesn’t leave the house in a diplomatic manner” he added.

Police says they wrote to the Chief of Defense Forces Gen. Katumba Wamala, as Brig. Kasirye Ggwanga is still a serving officer, but with no reply. According to Kaweesi, this is the reason the first eviction order expired.

This is however against what was reported in a local daily in Wednesday, that indicated that the CDF had given police a go ahead, but declined to offer military police for the mission, saying this was ordinary work of police.

However there were also reports that President Museveni he had weighed in and wanted Gwanga to remain in the House.

However Brig. Ggwanga insisted the land and house belong to him, after he secured a 49 year lease from the Buganda Land Board.

Police vows to use any method this time to have Kasirye evicted from this property. But they must prepare for showdown as Ggwanga earlier said he would not allow to be evicted.

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