Woman & her kids camp at KCCA, central police over vandalised property


A day after she failed to see the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA ) executive director Jennifer Musisi, the woman whose stalls were destroyed by the authority enforcement officers has now shfted her camp to Central Police Station (CPS) Kampala.

Esther Nasaazi and her children on Monday braved the morning downpour and camped at KCCA headquarters, demanding to talk with Musisi, about her stalls which were allegedly vandalised in July by city law enforcement officers.

Nasaazi, a mother of five claims her stalls at USAFI market were destroyed and all her merchandise confiscated by the enforcement officers.

The distressed mother says she has no money to take her children back to school and has vowed not to leave KCCA premised until she recovers all her merchandise.

She left KCCA disappointed after the City Lord Mayor Erias Lunwago asked her to be patient saying her case is still being investigated.

Now she has camped at CPS asking for police help.

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