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Byline: Mary Karugaba
The Government wants to revive the goatskin or bleached Kraft type of paper for land titles as a way of stopping forgeries.
The lands ministry permanent secretary, Musoke Gabindadde, told the public accounts committee that the method was used in the 1920s and 1930s and had proven to be effective.
"We are looking at all possibilities. Land has become a very valuable commodity. Titles on goatskin are not easy to forge," he said.
He was appearing before the committee to answer queries raised by the Auditor General in a report to Parliament.
The Auditor General, John Muwanga, attributed the rampant forgeries to …