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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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    These are basically gifts contributed to the wellbeing of Kabaka’s…

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    When part of Buganda’s properties were returned by government…

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    Ebbaluwa Entongole is the official letter by Buganda Land Board…

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Buganda Land Board to start processing land titles for Centenary Bank clients.

Centenary Bank and Buganda Land Board have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enable seamless land title processing for the bank’s customers.

In this arrangement, Buganda Land Board will offer survey and title processing services for all bank customers that want Kyapa Loans from the central region.

Speaking at the MOU signing held at the bank’s head offices on Mapeerra building, the Managing Director Centenary Bank Fabian Kasi recognized Buganda Land Board’s experience in the land management sector as one of the reasons they have sought their services.

Buganda donates land to Nansana municipality for community hospital.

Buganda Kingdom through Buganda Land Board has donated land  Nansana municipality to enable  Rotarians in partnership with the municipality to build a community hospital in the area. The community hospital which will be at a level of a health centre IV, to be built at Nakkuule will serve Kabaka's people in the municipality.

How Ham's company fraudulently acquired freehold titles on Kabaka's land

The raging battle for 140 acres of land in Kigo between businessman Hamis Kiggundu and Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has entered its nastiest phase yet.

In a shocking turnaround, the businessman has laid another firm claim to the land. In March this year, Buganda kingdom stopped Kiggundu from constructing a road between Mirembe Villas and Serena hotel in Kigo to gain access to the disputed land.

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