Media Coverage

New leaders must register, declare wealth online
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 26 Oct 2020

All public leaders have been directed to register and declare their wealth through the Inspectorate of Government (IG)’s online declaration system. Leaders are by law required to declare their wealth within three months after assuming the positions and six months after exiting the offi...

D/igg calls for firm local complaints handling
Appeared in The New Vision on 23 Oct 2020

KAMPALA - The Deputy Inspector General of Government, George Bamugemereire, has asked government institutions to establish firm local complaints handling process to quicken service delivery to citizens. He said this during a meeting with the Executive Director of Kampala Capital City Auth...

Ig launches self-registration system
Appeared in The New Vision on 23 Oct 2020

KAMPALA - In order to ease the process of declaration of incomes, assets and liabilities for new leaders, the Inspectorate of Government has launched a new self-registration system that will enable new leaders to declare their wealth online without going through any hustles. Launching the...

Igg takes corruption fight to the community
Appeared in The New Vision on 15 Oct 2020

As the war against corruption intensifies, the Inspectorate of Government has also devised new ways of fight the vice. The Deputy Inspector General of Government George Bamugemereire told New Vision that the inspectorate has now taken the fight to the communities. So far, Bamugeme...

Igg investigates suspected ghost pensioners
Appeared in The New Vision on 14 Oct 2020

The Inspector-General of Government (IGG) has kicked off investigations into the payments to 24,143 suspected ghost pensioners. Sources revealed Monday, October 12 that 195 government accounting officers have been summoned to appear before the IGG to explain the circumstances under which ...

Ig launches digital forensic laboratory
Appeared in The New Vision on 14 Oct 2020

The Inspectorate of Government has launched a digital forensic laboratory that will help trace crime that is committed electronically. Launching the lab on Wednesday the deputy IGG, George Bamugemereire, noted that criminals had moved from traditional documentation to electronic means and...

Igg should expose leaders’ illicit wealth
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 25 Aug 2020

That the Inspector General of Government (IGG) has said they are working on a new strategy to unmask public leaders who hide undeclared wealth behind their children’s names is more than welcome news. It is welcome because the country is bleeding from many fronts as a result of widespread ...

Leaders with unexplained wealth worry ig
Appeared in The New Vision on 25 Aug 2020

The Inspectorate of Government (IG) is concerned about the increasing cases of leaders who have lots of unexplained wealth but hide behind farming. He said the leaders have fronted farming as their source of wealth, with claims of being successful farmers. "On each occasion we hav...

Igg moves to unmask leaders hiding assets
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 24 Aug 2020

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has said they are working on a new strategy to expose public leaders who hide their undeclared wealth behind their children’s names. While meeting members of the new Leadership Code Tribunal on Friday, Mr George Bamugemereire, the deputy IGG, said...

Csos call for the urgent appointment of igg
Appeared in The New Vision on 19 Aug 2020

KAMPALA - Since the expiry of Justice Irene Mulyagonja's term as the Inspector General of Government (IGG), the position remains vacant. Her term ended on July 5, 2020. According to the Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), the lack of a substantial IGG is greatly affecting investigations i...