• Corruption our top problem – IGP Ochola

    The Inspector General of Police, Mr Martin Okoth Ochola, has named internal corruption in the Uganda Police Force as their biggest challenge. While addressing regional police commanders and heads of department at Bwebajja Police College yesterday, Mr Ochola named 12 challenges of the police and said fighting corruption among police officers is still an uphill […]

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  • Incoming Cosase chairman wanted for corruption

    Buganda Road court has summoned Kawempe South member of parliament Mubarak Munyagwa on corruption charges. The January 15 criminal summon was issued by the Buganda Road court Grade One magistrate, Moses Mushebebe Nabende. “You are hereby commanded by the Uganda government to appear in this court on the 15th day of February 2019 at 9:00am […]

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  • Four charged as Museveni’s new anti-corruption unit starts to bite

    President Museveni’s new anti-graft unit on Friday sought to assure the country that they are determined to walk the talk in the fight against corruption that has bedeviled the nation for years. Top officials from Tororo and Wakiso districts have become the first victims of the newly created State House anti-corruption unit led by Lt […]

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  • Councillors want town clerk sacked over corruption

    A section of councillors in Wanale Division, Mbale Municipality, are demanding the transfer of the senior assistant town clerk, Mr Robert Wambedde, over allegations of swindling funds meant to facilitate council meetings and the inauguration of the village chairpersons. The councillors led by the division speaker, Mr Ismail Gidudu, petitioned the Resident District Commissioner (RDC) […]

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  • Dokolo officials charged with corruption

    Kampala. Two top Dokolo District officials were on Friday charged in court over alleged embezzlement of more than Shs15.2m meant for the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for northern Uganda (PRDP). Mr George William Omuge, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and Mr John Odada, the Chief Finance Officer, were produced before the Anti-Corruption Court on […]

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  • Auditor General reveals Shs 28bn loss in YLP

    The auditor general, John Muwanga has released a new report revealing that government may never recover Shs 28.4 billion disbursed to youth groups across the country under Youth Livelihood Project (YLP). The AG found that almost 64 per cent of the sampled youth projects, consisting of 71 per cent value of loans, were non-existent and […]

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  • 76% of hospitals fail to account for medicines – AG report

    76 per cent of districts and municipal councils failed to account for over Shs 4.5 billion dispensed for health supplies and medicines in 2016/17, the auditor general’s report reveals. An audit exercise into management of medicines and health supplies at the districts also exposed malpractices including drug stock outs, explaining the current poor health services […]

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