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Starting 18th November, 2019, Buganda Land Board will conduct mass Busuulu (nominal ground rent) collection exercises across the kingdom under a campaign dubbed BUSUULU KY'EKIBANJA (loosely meaning ‘nominal ground rent payment ensures security for your kibanja/plot).


While appearing on the weekly Omudaala TV show on Bukedde TV recently, Buganda Land Board spokesperson Dennis Bugaya noted that all people should take advantage of this offer where BLB staff and Kabaka’s chiefs are going to go to the grassroots (house-by-house) to collect Busuulu.

 Bugaya speaking to people who came attended  Omudaala program.

Bugaya said that non-payment of Busuulu is one of the ways a person can lose their Kibanja, thus urging every tenant on Kabaka’s land to respond positively by paying their Busuulu. He said that people who have never paid Busuulu to BLB are expected to pay arrears since 2010 when the Land (Amendment) Act became operational.

He noted that irrespective of their registration status, all tenants on Kabaka’s land are expected to pay busuulu as set by district land boards or the minister of lands (see table).  He advised them against making cash payments but rather use the bank accounts or mobile money channels provided by the BLB staff.

He further advised that all tenants must ensure that they get a receipt and ticket upon payment.

 Mr.Gambobbi from Buganda Land Board also speaking at Omudaala program.
 

 

Table beshowingBusuulu payable in respective areas

 

Organisation

District

Land within a City

Municipality

Town Council

Town Board

Rural Areas

District Boards

Masaka

Luweero

Nakaseke

Rakai

Ssembabule

 

12.000/=

10.000/=

20.000/=

30.000/=

30.000/=

20.000/=

 

 

 

20.000/=

15.000/=

2500/=

5.000/=

5.000/=

5.000/=

5.000/=

Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Dev’t

 

50.000/=

40.000/=

30.000/=

20.000/=

5.000/=