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28 districts probed over ghost workers
Appeared in The New Vision on 23 Apr 2018

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) is probing at least 28 district local governments following a list of 3,200 suspected ghost workers that was released by Ministry of Public Service.

According to sources, the list was recently sent by Ministry of Public Service to the IGG to estab...


Corrupt big fish shun plea bargaining - igg
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 13 Apr 2018

Kampala. The Inspector General of Government, Irene Mulyagonja, has said public officials accused of stealing large amounts of public money shun plea bargaining.

Ms Mulyagonja said whereas some appear interested to settle for less punishment over plea bargaining, they offer to return just...


Activists back igg on mutebile saga
Appeared in The New Vision on 28 Mar 2018

The Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) has backed the Inspector General of Government, Justice Irene Mulyagonja’s probe into the operations of the Bank of Uganda Governor, saying the actions of the IGG are in sync with the doctrine of checks and balance.

Kagaba argues that: “it is w...


Igg probes mutebile wealth
Appeared in The New Vision on 28 Mar 2018

The row between the Inspector General of Government (IGG), Ms Irene Mulyagonja and Bank of Uganda Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile has deepened.

Mulyagonja has revealed that she has widened her investigations at the Central Bank to include the verification of the wealth of Mutebile an...


Igg has legal mandate to investigate bou governor
Appeared in The Observer on 28 Mar 2018

The reported impasse between the inspector general of government and the governor Bank of Uganda is, in my view, a situation that can hopefully end in the growth and improvement of our constitutional democracy.

Both officers, whose respective institutions are creations of the Constitution...


Igg probes 200 police cadets over forged papers
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 24 Mar 2018

The Inspectorate of Government is investigating a case involving hundreds of police cadets who are suspected to have used forged academic papers to access jobs.

Farouk Kayondo, a public relations officer at the Inspectorate of Government (IGG) told Saturday Monitor that the investigations...


Igg quizzes bagyenda over wealth accumulation
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 22 Mar 2018

PARLIAMENT. The Inspector General of Government (IGG), Ms Irene Mulyagonja, yesterday interrogated Ms Justine Bagyenda, the Bank of Uganda executive director for commercial banks supervision, over illicit accumulation of wealth.

Ms Bagyenda was thrown into the eye of the storm after a whi...


Igg blocks mutebile's staff changes in bou
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 15 Mar 2018

Kampala- Inspector General of Government (IGG) Irene Mulyagonja has blocked the staff changes that Bank of Uganda Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile made recently pending conclusion of investigations into allegations that the decision on the same was irregular.

Mr Mutebile on February 7...


Igg orders refund of shs12m
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 15 Mar 2018

HOIMA- The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has directed civil servants in Bunyoro Sub-region to refund Shs12.5 million, which they allegedly failed to account for.

The IGG reports, which the Daily Monitor has seen indicate the money that was advanced to civil servants to undertake d...


Igg stuck with 4,620 unresolved complaints
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 12 Mar 2018

Kampala- The Inspectorate of Government is battling 4,620 unresolved complaints under investigation mainly corruption cases.

The backlog is comprised of cases of corruption, abuse of office and breach of the Leadership Code among others. They were carried forward from the bi-annual report...