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Byline: Gerald Tenywa and Florence Nakaayi
Kampala Mayor Nasser Sebaggala has vowed not to vacate part of the wetland his workers occupied over the weekend.
"As long as I am mayor nobody is going to enter this part of the wetland and destroy it. I would rather see trees than houses in this wetland," he said at a press conference in Bugolobi yesterday.
The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) had earlier accused the mayor of encroaching on part of Nakivubo land, a proposed wetland reserve.
However, Sebaggala claimed that the Uganda Land Commission and NEMA were collaborating to give out the land to investors.
"The commission …