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Leaders told to declare wealth online
Appeared in The New Vision on 03 Mar 2017

The Vice President Edward Ssekandi has urged all eligible leaders, especially the elected ones, to declare their wealth in time as required by the Leadership Code.

Ssekandi was presiding over the formal launch of the wealth declaration period by the leaders online. The event was held at M...


Senkeeto, unra bosses connive to forge documents
Appeared in The New Vision on 02 Mar 2017

Two former senior Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) officials aided city businessman Apollo Senkeeto to obtain false securities that led to the loss of sh24.7b, court has heard.

Appearing before the Anti-Corruption Court yesterday, the Inspectorate of Government (IG) investigating of...


Katosi road case exhibits disappear from court
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 02 Mar 2017

Exhibits in the Katosi road scam case have disappeared from court, the trial judge has revealed. Without naming the missing documents, Justice Lawrence Gidudu of the Anti-Corruption Court yesterday said the exhibits disappeared during the trial.

He was responding to a request by the stat...


Online declaration of wealth period launched
Appeared in Red Pepper on 02 Mar 2017

Government recently launched an online service that will ease declaration of income, assets and liabilities and also facilitate faster submission by those required and verification by the Inspectorate of Government.

The mandatory biannual exercise by elected leaders and senior government ...


Igg confirms owc saga probe
Appeared in Red Pepper on 23 Feb 2017

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has advised suppliers of Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) in Gulu to be patient as her office investigates some of the complaints raised by some stakeholders.

Some of the complaints include irregularities in the supply of different seedlings to the...


Sh6b probe: ag has 3 days to reveal source of fund
Appeared in The New Vision on 21 Feb 2017

Lawmakers probing the manner in which sh6b was paid out to 42 government technocrats as a bonus for winning a court case against oil giants Tullow have given the Auditor General, John Muwanga, three days to investigate the actual source of the funds.

The MPs sitting on the committee of C...


Oil bonus payment illegal, says igg
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 21 Feb 2017

The Inspector General of Government (IGG), Justice Irene Mulyagonja, yesterday indicated that the arrangement to pay sh6b to selected government officials who were involved in oil cases was illegal and warned that “conflict of interest has over-run government.”

Mulyagonja told the Committ...


Igg to probe arua hospital
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 16 Feb 2017

ARUA. The Arua Regional Referral Hospital board has asked the Inspector General of Government (IGG) to investigate alleged mismanagement of funds at the hospital.

This comes at the backdrop of various complaints by some hospital staff and patients about the operations of the hospital.

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Igg probes municipal bosses over fake payments
Appeared in Red Pepper on 15 Feb 2017

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) is investigating Masindi Municipal Council for causing financial loss to government by paying millions of shillings to employees whose positions were restructured or are non-existent in the current government employment structure.

This was disclos...


Town clerk nabbed taking bribe
Appeared in Red Pepper on 02 Feb 2017

HOIMA: The town clerk Mparo Division Hoima Municipality, Philip Kyahurwa, is in trouble for reportedly soliciting a bribe.

Kyahura was on Tuesday picked by officials from the Inspectorate of Government after he was caught red-handed taking a bribe of sh150,000 from Muzamil Lukuma, the ope...