Organization of the Inspectorate of Government

Overall
Overall
Inspector General of Government
Hon. Beti Kamya Turwomwe is the Inspector General of Government (IGG). As the head of the institution, the IGG provides guidance on the functioning of the office and therefore, authorises and supervises investigations of cases of corruption, issues reports of investigations, issues bank inspection orders, issues witness summons, issues warrants of arrest, authorises prosecutions, issues orders/directives in the course or as a consequence of investigations, issues IG Parliamentary Reports among other activities.

She holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Makerere University and numerous professional trainings in finance, business, marketing, management, accounting, human resource management, procurement and entrepreneurship. She has previously worked as Minister for Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Minister for Kampala Capital City and Metropolitan Affairs, Member of Parliament for Rubaga North Constituency, Executive Director, Uganda Wildlife Education Centre, Marketing and Promotions Manager, Uganda Breweries Ltd, Marketing Research and Development Manager, NYTIL, Commercial Manager, Uganda Leather and Tanning Industries Ltd among others. She espouses strong Christian values of loving God, loving and caring about fellow people; patriotism, Pan-Africanism and humanism; honesty, justice, trustworthiness and dependability; constitutionalism and rule of law.

Deputy Inspector General of Government (ATM)
Deputy Inspector General of Government (ATM)
Deputy Inspector General of Government
Mrs. Anne Twinomugisha Muhairwe is the Deputy Inspector General of Government. She is a Christian Lawyer with a strong belief in societal transformation and development. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in International Relations and Diplomatic Studies from Makerere University, a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre, a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration and Management from Uganda Management Institute and a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Makerere University. Mrs. Muhairwe believes in horning her skills through practicing what she learnt. She has put her academic exposure into practice for the last 15 years in the Ministry of Defence and Veteran Affairs under different portfolios; first as a Prosecutor in the General Court Martial and rose though the ranks to the level of Principal Legal Officer. She is credited for the establishment of the Veterans Legal Aid Clinic and creating a supportive mechanism for women's involvement in peace building, amongst her many achievements. She is the current President (and previously a board member) of the Uganda Christian Lawyers Fraternity. She is also a member of Uganda Law Society, the East African Law Society and Uganda Federation of Women Lawyers.


Deputy Inspector General of Government (PAO)
Deputy Inspector General of Government (PAO)
Deputy Inspector General of Government
Dr. Patricia Achan Okiria is the Deputy Inspector General of Government. She is an accomplished Christian lawyer with extensive experience in Human Rights Law, Legislative Drafting, Regulatory Blasting, Corporate Law, Regulatory Compliance and Governance. She holds a Doctorate of Law from the University of Pretoria, South Africa, a Master of Laws Degree from the same university, a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre of Uganda and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) Degree of Makerere University. She is an advocate of the High Court of Uganda, the Vice President of Uganda Christian Lawyers Fraternity, a member Uganda Association of Women Lawyers and a member of the Anglican Youth Fellowship Choir. She has working experience spanning over 20 years in Uganda Human Rights Commission, Directorate for Ethics and Integrity, Ministry of Works and Transport among others. She was instrumental in the development of Human Rights Development Manuals for Uganda Police Force, Uganda Prisons Service and Uganda Peoples' Defence Forces; and was lead counsel before the Commission Tribunal.


Department of Finance & Administration
Department of Finance & Administration
Mrs. Rose N. Kafeero
Secretary to the Inspectorate of Government
Mrs. Rose N. Kafeero is the Secretary to the Inspectorate of Government (the Accounting Officer). As the head of finance and administration, she provides policy direction for the Inspectorate of Government, ensures budget and budgetary control, provides effective coordination of the activities of the office and manages and coordinates the administrative matters of the Institution.

Directorate of Special Investigations
Directorate of Special Investigations
Mr. Magezi Joram Director Special Investigations
Mr. Magezi Joram is the Director Special Investigations. The Directorate is responsible for investigating high profile corruption cases and bringing to book the suspected culprits.

Directorate of Legal Affairs
Directorate of Legal Affairs
Ms. Sarah Birungi
Director Legal Affairs
Ms. Sarah Birungi is the Director Legal Affairs and is responsible for ensuring that the Inspectorate of Government executes its functions and exercises its powers in accordance with the law by rendering legal advice.
She is in charge of addressing issues of maladministration in public offices through handling of complaints involving administrative injustice. She is also responsible for enhancing transparency and accountability in public offices through prosecution of suspects of corruption and abuse of office.

Directorate of Research, Education and Advocacy
Directorate of Research, Education and Advocacy
Mr. Stephen Okiror
Director Research, Education and Advocacy
Mr. Stephen Okiror is the Director Research, Education and Advocacy. He is responsible for stimulating public awareness about the values of Constitutionalism and the activities of the Inspectorate of Government through workshops/seminars, radios and TV programmes, articles in the print media and other means the Inspectorate considers appropriate.

Directorate of Leadership Code
Directorate of Leadership Code
Ms. Twine Annet Kyakunda
Director Leadership Code
Ms. Twine Annet Kyakunda is the Director Leadership Code and is responsible for ensuring that the principles and values of integrity, transparency and accountability among leaders in public institutions as specified in the Leadership Code Act are adhered to.
This is done by ensuring that the leaders declare their income, assets and liabilities. The Directorate also investigates leaders who engage in conduct prohibited by the Leadership Code of Conduct in addition to verification of leaders' declarations.

Directorate of Anti-Corruption
Directorate of Anti-Corruption
Mr. Muhairwe Polly
Director Anti-Corruption
Mr. Muhairwe Polly is the Director Anti-Corruption and is responsible for improvement of efficiency of the Inspectorate in service delivery by taking the services of the Inspectorate of Government nearer to the people and ensuring that the Inspectorate's recommendations, directives and orders are implemented by the public officials/institutions.
The Directorate coordinates Regional Offices and provides statistical information on the output of the Inspectorate of Government.

Directorate of Ombudsman Affairs
Directorate of Ombudsman Affairs
Mr. Makumbi David
Director Ombudsman Affairs
Mr. David Makumbi is the Director Ombudsman Affairs and is responsible for ensuring that the rule of law and good governance are maintained by public officers through investigation of administrative practices of public officers.
The Directorate is also tasked with carrying out systems studies in various Government Departments and Institutions which are continuously complained about by the general public, with a view of identifying long term solutions to systemic bad governance or disrespect for the rule of law in problematic institutions with a view to identify weak areas that may be conducive to corruption.