Media Coverage

Igg asks local leaders to resolve petty scandals l
Appeared in PML Daily on 10 Sep 2018

GULU– The deputy Inspectorate of Government George Bamugemereire has asked leaders at the local government level to resolve corruption scandals locally because the IGG has a lot of bigger issues to investigate.

Bamugemereire was speaking during a re-launch of Online declaration system (ig...

Igg calls for external auditors to prove work
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 08 Aug 2018

Kampala. The Inspector General of Government (IGG), Ms Irene Mulyagonja, has said she wants an external evaluation of her office in order to show the public what the Inspectorate of Government has been able to achieve.

Justice Mulyagonja made the remarks while closing a dissemination work...

Ig taac impact evaluation report launched
Appeared in The New Vision on 08 Aug 2018

Over the past five years, the Government has supplied 52,000 head of cattle to people in West Nile, Acholi, Lango and Teso sub-region as part of the expanded livestock restocking programme that started in 2013.

Grace Kwiyucwiny, the state minister for northern Uganda, said at the end of t...

Igg probes amongi over land
Appeared in The New Vision on 03 Aug 2018

The IGG, Irene Mulyagonja, has launched fresh investigations on lands minister Betty Amongi, over purported mismanagement of Custodian Board properties.

Mulyagonja made the disclosure yesterday, during a workshop on the amended leadership Code Act at Hotel Africana.

Mulyagonja sai...

Opinion: constitute leadership code tribunal
Appeared in The New Vision on 03 Aug 2018

The IGG, Irene Mulyagonja, wants two cabinet ministers and some senior government officials to face the Leadership Code Tribunal for failure to declare their wealth.

The challenge is that the Tribunal has not been constituted. While it is a the President’s prerogative to appoint the Tribu...

Igg wants new law to attach illicit assets
Appeared in The Daily Monitor on 30 Jul 2018

Kampala. The Inspectorate of Government wants Parliament to enact a law empowering the anti-graft agency to seize assets of suspected corrupt officials who fail to explain source of their wealth.

Ms Sarah Birungi, the head of Legal Affairs at the Inspectorate, said attaching such property...

Forged papers: igg orders dismissal
Appeared in The New Vision on 26 Jul 2018

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has ordered the dismissal of the Kamuli district senior accounts assistant, Alex Baleese, over impersonation and lack of the requisite academic qualifications.

In a letter signed by Deputy IGG, Mariam Wangadya, she directed the Chief Administrativ...

Igg orders sacking of senior staff over forgery
Appeared in Red Pepper on 23 Jul 2018

The Inspector General of Government (IGG) has recommended the dismissal of Bugembe town council accounts assistant, Jafar Bogere, over questionable academic papers used in securing the job.

It’s alleged that Bogere lacked the requisite academic qualifications to occupy the office of accou...

Over 1,000 police cadets remain on probation
Appeared in PML Daily on 19 Jul 2018

KAMPALA– Over 1,100 police cadet officers recruited in June 2015 have spent close to two years on probation with less hopes of confirmation.

The delayed confirmation of the officers stalks from the ongoing investigations by the Inspectorate of Government in their recruitment.


Igg cancels jinja teachers recruitment
Appeared in The New Vision on 11 Jul 2018

The investigations carried out by the Inspector General of Government have revealed that there was manipulation and recruitment of 40 primary school teachers by the Jinja District Service Commission (DSC).

In her report dated June 2018, the IGG, Ms Irene Mulyagonja, says the shortlisting ...