Over 225 families returned to their land on 3rd March 2017 after over two years of suffering following an irregular eviction that left them homeless. Since August 2014, the families have been held up in an Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP) camp without access to education, food, health facilities among others essentials of life. Following various interventions by CRED, including engagements with Rwamutonga affected people such as giving them legal advisory services and representation in Courts of law, psychosocial support. helping them petition relevant authorities and advocacy support, the people were able to take a step foward and returned to their land. the incident was a result of mounting pressure on Robert Bansigaraho - one of the disputes land title owners through court that he conceded, entered in to an MOU with the affected people and handed back some of he land he had acquired fraudulently. To ensure the Rwamutonga people are safe and protected from being evicted again, the people, with the help of CRED and Buhaguzi County Member of Parliament, Hon. Daniel Muheirwe, sought the intervention of the Office of the Prime Minister. On the 6th March 2017, the 1st Deputy Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Rt Gen Moses Ali wrote to the Regional Police Commander, Albertine directing the status quo to be maintained; that it was wrongful to evict the displaced people again as there are other matters before court pending final disposal.