The woes in the Ssempala family are not about to end. Yesterday night Mr. Ssempala, husband to theoutgoing Kampala Woman Member of Parliament Nabilah Naggayi Ssempala spent the night outside his gate.
This was after Hon. Nabilah chased her husband Isaac Ssempala out of their matrimonial house and locked him out of the gate, forcing the man to sleep on the veranda.
The incident happened on Wednesday evening where the former Kampala Lord Mayor candidate with the help of security operatives forcefully locked Ssempala out of his home.
Ssempala was left with nothing to do apart from shedding tears outside his house main gate. A few weeks back, Ssempala collapsed after Nabilah accompanied with police officers read a Court order evicting him from his home.
The property in question was allegedly used as collateral by the couple to acquire a Shs850m loan from the former Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof Venansius Baryamureeba which they later failed to pay.
Out of the Shs850 million loan secured between 2013 and 2015, Nabilah and her husband managed to pay back only Shs50 million.
This prompted Prof Baryamureeba to claim the property amid contention from Ssempala who alleged that the former and the outgoing Kampala Woman MP were conniving to steal his house since he knew nothing about the outstanding loan.
Mr. Ssempala was only saved by a court injunction that ordered Baryamureeba and Nabilah not to take over the property.
“An expert interim order is issued restraining the respondents (Baryamureeba and Nabilah), their servants, agents and persons claiming under them from entering upon the suit land, evicting the applicant and his agents, selling the suit land, transferring the same into their names or from doing any act on the suit land injurious to the rights of the applicant until 17th March, 2021 when miscellaneous application no. 439 of 2021 will be heard Inter parties,” Nabakooza Flavia, the Deputy Registrar said in an interim order dated 12 March.
However, after the court order expiration (17 March), Nabakooza ruled that Sempala can continue to have ownership of the Buziga house until the Commercial Division of the High Court has disposed of the main case.