City Land Tittle Fraudster Nabbed Over Shs1bn Theft
Central Police Station (CPS) Kampala is holding a top city land title fraudster over allegations of conning a 70 year old man of his money worth Shs1bn after forging his two land tittles.
The suspect identified as Livingston Mukibi, a resident of Naguru, a Kampala suburb is believed to have forged two land tittles belonging to Aggrey Kasule, a resident of Mpererwe in Nansana.
According to Aggrey, the land title fraudster convinced his son Abdu Sembatya that he had gotten people to buy his father’s land worth Shs2.5bn, a message his son passed on to him.
The land in contention is on plot 1339 and 288 on block 5 located at Kalerwe in Mulago and that is estimated to be Shs4bn.
Aggrey added that when Mukibi took the photocopies of the land title in 2010, he never came back and he switched off all his phones.
The next he heard of him was when he saw different people coming to his land chasing him and telling him that they had bought the land from Mukibi.
The group also showed him their land titles.
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson told us that Mukibi has been on the police’s wanted list for close to three years on charges of theft, Forgery and obtaining money by false pretense.
A File vide SD39/30/11/2015 has been opened and that he will be taken to court after investigations are over.
However, Mukibi denied having forged any document from Aggrey Kasule adding that he bought land from his son, Abdu who he accuses of changing the land title.