BUSHENYI- The children to the late Milton Biryomumaisho of Kagati cell, Kizinda ward in Igara west are on the neck of their step mother for misusing their father’s property
The late Biryomumaisho, a son to mzee Bukwimire Milton died on 16/10/2019 and left 6 children and 2 wives.
The children of the first wife accuse the second wife Tusiime Catherine and her son of neglecting them and wasting their parent’s property for her own benefits.
The two girls all form four Candidates (names withheld) told our reporter that their father left things including land, hardware shop, Boda Boda and firewood project which would cater for both families.
However to their dismay, some of those things were stolen by their step mother who in the end wants to go and get married somewhere else, according to trusted sources.
Their mother known as Kyoheirwe Jackline had divorced with the late Milton 6 years back before his death.
The sisters also accused their uncles Elias, Robert and Mujinya for conniving with their step mother to neglect them and their young brother out of their father’s property.
Ms. Catherine Tusiime the accused step mother told our reporter that she sold some of the family property to pay school fees for the two girls but she is surprised seeing them turning against her.
Ms Tusiime has several times in family members called for separation of the property so that each party can live in peace.
Our reporter was able to verify that the family was already split since everyone stays alone and the children had a separate kitchen from where they prepare meals different from that of the step mother.
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Earlier this month, area LC3 Chairperson Karooli Lwamuganga held a meeting with family members who agreed to contribute some fees to the girls but it’s alleged that the money was also embezzled by some of their uncles.
By the time of publication, the children were looking forward to getting assistance from the RDC’s office.
According to Area LC1 Mujuni Gerevazio, the local authorities have for long tried to have the wrangle sorted but they have never succeeded.
“I have stopped from where I could stop; let them continue to other offices where they can be helped” Chairman Mujuni told this Online Publication.
By press time, the Bushenyi Resident District Commissioner Jolly Tibemanya was yet to respond to the query.
This is a developing story, we shall keep you updated……………………..