Late Singer Harriet Kisakye’s Son Finally Inherits Mum’s Land After Making 18

Before late singer Harriet Kisakye passed on in 2015, she had bought land at Ug Shs 5 million from Hajji Mohammad Kamoga of Kamoga Property Consultants which was meant for her two sons

According the agreement with the singer, Kamoga was to supposed to keep the land title and later give it to the late’s sons when they are 18 and older although one passed on a few days after their mum’s death

After Harriet’s untimely death, her family mounted a lot of pressure on Kamoga to give them the land but he refused as he waited for the remaining son Marvin Kiguli to make 18.

Last Friday Kamoga took Marvin who is now 18 to his office in Lubowa, Wakiso  where he officially handed the land title to him.

Kamonga handed Marvin the land title in the presence of witnesses among who included Benon Kibuka the Chairperson of Uganda Performing Rights Society (UPRS).

He humbly asked the youthful boy not to sell but instead do developmental things on the land which is estimated to be costing Ug Shs 30 million now

The late Harriet Kisakye was famously known for songs like ‘Gyenvude’, ‘Sentala’, ‘Kinigeria’, ‘Kandaha’ among many others

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