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Buganda Land Board (BLB) is a professional body set up by His Majesty the Kabaka of Buganda to manage land and property returned under the Restitution of Assets and Properties Act of 1993.

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Buganda Land Board and FIDA- Uganda through their respective CEOs, Omuk. Simon Kabogoza for BLB and Mrs. Lillian Byarugaba Adriko for FIDA-Uganda have signed an MOU to strengthen the security of tenure for especially vulnerable women in Buganda, starting with the greater Luweero territory. Such vulnerable groups include Widows, elderly women, women-led families, women in far-to-reach areas, women living with HIV, and many more.

Buganda Land Board procures hundreds of Kabaka birthday run kits.

Buganda Land Board  purchases hundreds of Kabaka birthday run kits.

The CEO of Buganda Land Board Omuk. Simon Kabogoza led at team from BLB to Bulange for a handover ceremony of hundreds of kits bought by Kabaka's land management agency to support the upcoming Kabaka's birthday run.

The kits were handed over to the Buganda Land Board team by Buganda's Youth, Sports and Recreation  minister, Owek. Henry Moses Ssekabembe Kiberu.

Does the land you want to buy have a road access?

By Joseph Kimbowa

I have a friend whose new-year resolution was to start building a residential house on a plot he bought two years ago somewhere in Wakiso. He swiftly contracted a construction company and instructed them to start delivering building materials necessary for the initial phases. 


They first took bricks to the site. But when they sent another truck to deliver sand, they were shocked to find huge logs in the middle of what was supposed to be the road leading to his plot. 


Buganda Moves To Modernize Kasanje Gombolola Land

While touring the county of Bugerere in 2014, the Kabaka of Buganda called for the development, re-development and modernization of all Ssaza and Gombolola land. The said land had just been returned to Buganda Kingdom in 2013 after an agreement between Buganda and central government. This land had been confiscated in 1966 by the Milton Obote government who subsequently abolished kingdoms a year later.

Therefore, the Kabaka argued that ‘Kingdom land cannot be left undeveloped’.

GIZ enlists BLB to help in implementing its responsible land policy program..

The CEO of BLB Omuk. Simon Kabogoza  delivered key remarks at the launch of the second phase of the responsible land policy program funded by German organisation-GIZ.

Omuk. Kabogoza has applauded GIZ for earmarking BLB as a key stakeholder in the second phase and pledged the organization’s technical support especially in filling the knowledge gap amongst people through sensitization.

Mr. Harrison Irumba from the Ministry of Lands welcomed BLB aboard, acknowledging the organization’s experience and competence in land management.

Kyankwazi district moves to regularise its tenancy on Kabaka's land.

On Monday 30 January-2023, the chairman of Kyankwazi district Mr. Mpuuga John together with the Chief Administrative Officer of the district Mr. David Muhwezi led a team from the district for a meeting at Buganda Land Board offices at Masenfere.

The essence of the meeting was to have talks with Buganda Land Board on how the district can regualrise its tenancy on Kabaka's land. The district leadership met with a BLB team which was led by Omuk. Simon Kabogoza, the CEO of BLB and Omuk. Kizito Bashir, the head of operations at BLB.

Why rentals are a great way to invest money in Uganda.

By Livingstone Mukasa

If you are still trying to multiply your money, stay away from rentals. But if you're starting to generate excess cash flow, I want you to seriously consider investing in rentals. Here are the 5 key areas to consider:

1. Location.

 A good rental investment starts with a good investment in land. Buy land near a solid economic base & good transport infrastructure and social services. Buy land that is likely to appreciate in the future. Goof up on this & nothing will save you.

Minister Mayanja wrong on Traditional Rulers Act

By Denis Bugaya

On January 5th, 2023, The New Vision published an article by Hon. Sam Mayanja, the state minister for Lands, saying that the Traditional Rulers (Restitution Of Assets And Properties) Act is a nullity. According to the Blacks Law dictionary, a nullity is something that is legally void.

The question then goes; what makes this particular legislation a nullity?

Buganda Land Board awarded for instigating reforms on Mailo land

Buganda Land Board has been awarded by the Uganda National Land Forum for championing reforms on mailo land. The institution has been recognised for its efforts of securing tenancy of people living on Buganda Kingdom by issuing to them land titles on the land they possess through its programs like Kyapa mu Ngalo.

The award, handed over by Minister of housing and urban development Hon. Parsis Namuganza was received by the CEO of BLB Omuk.Simon Kabogoza.


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