Media Coverage

Uganda law reform officials pay back shs205m
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 06 Jul 2020

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has recovered at least Shs205 million after a two-year investigation into alleged corruption against suspended top officials at Uganda Law Reform Commission (ULRC)

The outgoing IGG, Justice Irene Mulyagonja, in a preliminary report issued on Janua...


Igg weighs in on bukalasa agriculture college land
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 06 Jun 2020

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has demanded the cancellation of land title certificates believed to have been erroneously issued on land belonging to Bukalasa Agriculture College without making reference to the original freehold titles.

The land in question covering approximate...


Igg orders education to complete shs88b project
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 19 May 2020

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has ordered the Ministry of Education and Sports to complete the Dutch-funded project whose funds were allegedly misappropriated by some ministry officials in 2010.

Between July 2008 and June 2010, the Netherlands gave 22 million Euros (about Shs8...


Igg to use public to track leaders' wealth
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 14 May 2020

The Inspector General of Government has said it will be using the public to assist it to track leaders’ wealth because they were finding it difficult to trace their informal and undocumented assets.

“The IGG is implementing a new approach of engaging leaders to improve their cooperation i...


Whistleblower asks igg to probe dr. kasekende
Appeared in PML Daily on 05 Mar 2020

KAMPALA – A whistleblower has asked the Inspector General of Government (IGG) to conduct a fresh investigation into what he described as illicit wealth by former Deputy Governor, Bank of Uganda Dr. Louis Kasekende.

In a letter received by the office of the IGG on Monday, March 2, 2020, ti...


Equip igg, police to fight corruption
Appeared in The Observer on 04 Mar 2020

The ministry of Local Government and the Lt. Col Edith Nakalema-led State House Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) have launched an all-out war against the corrupt in the ministry.

Over seven district officials have been interdicted and investigated for corruption. The worst impediment to the fig...


Igg wants govt nurses, teachers to declare wealth
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 03 Mar 2020

All civil servants from top to the lowest rank will be required to declare their wealth under the proposed amendments to the Leadership Code Act.

The Inspectorate of Government said the proposed amendment is aimed at enhancing government fight against acquisition of illicit wealth by publ...


Igg faults lands on asset declaration
Appeared in The New Vision on 02 Mar 2020

Lands ministry officials have been accused of demanding money to provide information to Inspectorate of Government (IG) officials.

“Some of the zonal offices demand payment before providing the information, yet this was addressed by the lands ministry permanent secretary,” Victor Acidri,...

Danish government boosts anti-graft fight
Appeared in The New Vision on 03 Feb 2020

The Danish government has provided the Inspectorate of Government (IG) with sh750m in funding to enhance the corruption fight.

According to the IG, the funding provided though the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), will roll out a campaign for Transparency, Accountability a...


Soroti university: igg probes contracts head
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 04 Sep 2019

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) is probing the deputy vice chancellor of Soroti University over claims that he demanded a bribe from the managing director, Eagle Elevators Limited, to have his payments processed.

Eagle Elevators Limited was awarded a tender by Soroti University ...