By Uganda Online Media
Kampala: After mafias failed to use legal means to block Chairperson Uganda Land Commission (ULC) Hon. Beatrice Byenkya Nyakaisiki from office, they’ve devised what they thought was a ‘quicker’ way and allegedly heaped witchcraft in her office.
According to our sources at the ULC, Byenkya who had passed by her office on Sunday was shocked to find what is believed to be witchcraft at her office’s entrance.
In fact, the above has been confirmed in a viral video that shows an unknown substance at the entrance of Byenkya’s office. In the video still, two men believed to be witchdoctors are hard making phone calls demanding three cows to take away the witchcraft.
Byenkya who is battling all this hell in a period of one year has lost her husband, mother, child and unfortunately broke her back (now walks with clutches).
All these come at a time when Byenkya is in battle with Inspector General of Government (IGG) Betty Kamya who has since been exposed for allegedly using her office to fight personal wars.
Byenkya’s trouble started way back when she blocked UGX12b supplementary budget the then line minister Kamya had asked parliament to approve behind Byenkya’s back.
Kamya claimed the money was meant to compensate land owners in Lusanje and Ndeeba Church land owner Mr. Dodovico.
However, by law, its Chairperson ULC is mandated to generate such a list of claimants and then present it to her boss, the line minister, or even present it together since she knows these claimants more than the minister.
Byenkya later found out that actually Kamya wasn’t working alone in the multibillion deal but rather with ULC senior commissioners in her own office and when she blocked the payment, hell broke loose in her own commission, and ever since then she has not had peace with Kamya who is now allegedly using her IGG office to witch haunt her.
Meanwhile at the event of commissioning road projects in the oil-rich Bunyoro Sub-region held last week in Hoima, President Museveni was briefed about a section of these ruthless mafias badly fighting Byenkya who is praised by a couple of Ugandans as a committed civil servant who is allergic to corruption.
The revelation of how these mafias are using their offices to fight Byenkya was unearthed by no-nonsense Rt Hon Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja who told President face to face thus; ‘‘Your Excellency, here in Bunyoro they know Beatrice Byenkya as a committed civil servant, she has nothing to do with corruption, they say she is not a thief,” she added. ”There are some people taking us backward…busy fighting her. Remember i had already informed you about these via a petition I wrote to you sir, therefore it’s my humble request that you intervene, thanks,” Nabbanja told the president.