Media Coverage

Land: kulata to be prosecuted
Appeared in The New Vision on 16 Jan 2018

The Court of Appeal has directed the Inspector General of Government (IGG) to immediately prosecute interdicted commissioner for land registration Sarah Kulata Basangwa in the Anti-Corruption Court.

In the judgment, justices Solomy Balungi Bossa and Kenneth Kakuru directed that Kulata’s p...


Court of appeal orders trial of lands boss kulata
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 16 Jan 2018

Court has ordered the immediate prosecution of interdicted Lands commissioner Sarah Kulata Basangwa over abuse of office.

Three justices of the Court of Appeal quashed the High Court ruling that had discontinued the charges against Kulata.

The High Court had ruled that the Inspect...


Igg puts unra legal officer on spot over conflict
Appeared in Nile Post on 16 Jan 2018

The Inspector General of Government has asked the Uganda National Roads Authority to take immediate action against Mary Kamuli Kuteesa, one of the members on the agency’s contracts committee.

In a letter dated January 9, 2018, the IGG says that her office received a copy of complaint addr...


Former nssf boss jamwa loses appeal
Appeared in The New Vision on 15 Jan 2018

KAMPALA - Former National Social Security Fund (NSSF) managing director David Chandi Jamwa on Monday lost his appeal against his jail sentence.

The Court of Appeal ruled that his 12-year jail term, handed to him nearly seven years ago, stands.

The verdict means Jamwa, accused of ...


Court of appeal upholds jamwa's 12-year-jail term
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 15 Jan 2018

KAMPALA- The Court of Appeal has upheld the 12-year jail term that was handed to Mr David Chandi Jamwa, the former managing director of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF).

In 2011, the Anti-Corruption Court found Jamwa guilty of selling NSSF bonds to the defunct Crane Bank before t...


Nssf's jamwa loses appeal against 12-year sentence
Appeared in The Observer on 15 Jan 2018

Four years after his appeal application was heard, David Chandi Jamwa, the former director of National Social Security (NSSF) is finally going start to serve a 12-year sentence given to him by the Anti-Corruption court in 2011.

Jamwa was found guilty of causing Shs 2.7 billion financial l...


Igg names 80 most corrupt government agencies
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 12 Jan 2018

Kampala. The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has named government institutions and districts most accused of corruption in the latest survey by the ombudsman.

The IGG’s report 2017 titled; “Bi-annual Inspectorate of Government Performance”, submitted to Parliament on Tuesday, also n...


Igg urges parliament to swiftly debate ig reports
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 09 Jan 2018

Kampala-The Inspector General of Government, Ms Irene Mulyagonja, has asked Parliament to expedite the debate of her reports so that action is taken on the recommendations her office puts forward in order to effectively execute its mandate.

By law, the Inspectorate of Government is mandat...


Uganda, denmark partner to fight corruption
Appeared in The New Vision on 09 Jan 2018

KAMPALA - The Government has signed an agreement with the Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman to, among others, offer technical support on how the inspectorate of government (IG) can curb corruption tendencies.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed Monday by the Inspector General of...


Katosi scam: desperate senkeeto pleads to igg
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 08 Jan 2018

Kampala- Indicted businessman Apolo Senkeeto has pleaded to the Inspector General of Government (IGG) to stop criminal proceedings against him over the Shs24.7 billion loss in the botched Mukono-Katosi road project.

Mr Senkeeto has asked the IGG to reconsider the decision to investigate a...