• ACCU Acquires Advanced QUAM Certificate

    Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) was on 26th June 2015 issued with an NGO Quality Assurance Advanced Certificate by The National NGO Certification Council valid till 26th June 2020. This was having met all the required quality standards as laid out in the NGO Quality Standards Certification Mechanism. Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) working in Uganda […]

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  • Illustration Competition

    Anti Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) and Uganda Youth Network (UYONET) have launched an online illustration competition under the theme: “Break the corruption chain” as part of efforts to commemorate the Anti Corruption week 2014. The competition is designed to encourage creativity and innovativeness among the youth in the fight against corruption. The competition also seeks […]

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  • March Against Corruption

    Pupils in Nabilatuk march against corruption corruption and they call on their government leaders to transform commitments into action during the anti corruption week campaign that was held in Nabilatuk subcounty.

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  • Children’s Voice On Corruption

    Pupils of Kalotom Primary School recite a poem on corruption in Napak Subcounty during the Anti Corruption Week 2014 activity last week.    

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  • I won’t sell the Prime Minister’s car, Rugunda

    IN SUMMARY This is the car whose procurement raised much dust, amidst claims that the money was scooped off a donor-funded redevelopment project for the poverty stricken Northern Uganda Region. The new Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rukunda has rejected calls from Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to sell off the Shs600million Mercedes Benz bought during ex-premier […]

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  • KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: 9 STEPS FROM YOUR ARREST TO YOUR APPEAL IN CRIMINAL CASES

    1. ARREST You can be arrested where reasonable grounds exist that you have committed an offence or are about to. A police Officer may use reasonable force. If you offer no violence, the Police Officer cannot strike you. You will be taken to the police station. If the offence is not a serious one, the […]

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  • Shs5.5b Kyambogo case hangs in balance

    KAMPALA Investigations into the Shs5.5b scam at Kyambogo University will take longer than anticipated after police said yesterday that they are still studying the case file. The probe into the scam allegedly engineered by students and top university officials, including casual workers, was launched mid-April by the Kampala Metropolitan boss, Mr Andrew Kaweesi. However, one […]

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  • Mubende hospital accountant held over sh400m

    The former accountant of Mubende hospital, Peter Okot has been arrested over misappropriation of about sh400m. Okot has been on the police wanted list since March 2012, when the loss of money was reported. He was arrested from Kasangati trading center in Wakiso district last Tuesday. Okot with three other former accountants of the hospital […]

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  • 20 OPM officials grilled over baraza funds

    More than 20 senior staff in the office of the prime minister, who where summoned by the police yesterday, rushed to the Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Directorate (CIID) headquarters to answer queries in connection with the alleged misappropriation of millions of shillings meant for the implementation of sub-county forum (baraza) activities. The officials many of […]

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  • Law Society Suspends AG Nyombi Over ‘Incompetence’

    In an extraordinary general meeting, the society resolved to adopt the prayers in a petition by Jude Mbabali and others about Nyombi’s conduct and the way he executes his duties as Attorney General. The petitioners say that the Attorney General has given the President misleading advice and therefore cannot continue advising the president and Ugandans […]

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