The largest share of the resource envelope is towards the Human Capital Development programme that entails (Health, Education and Gender) at 8.74 trillion. This is followed by Governance and Security at 7.03 trillion, Integrated Transport Infrastructure and Services getting 4.17 trillion, Sustainable Energy Development with 1.6 trillion, and Agro-Industrialization getting 1.26 trillion.
The MPs observe that Clause 4 of the Agreement infringes on the exercise of the functions of Parliament in article 79 of the constitution of Uganda and is therefore, illegal, unconstitutional and unlawful, and puching for the same deal would show the people who "exactly the enemy is."
As a Senior Accountant, Isabirye was among the top administrators who were accused of paying 10.6 billion Shillings to six ghost claimants without the approval of the Commission. The beneficiaries include; Kasiya Rwabukurukuru who was paid 6.43 billion Shillings for land at Kiyunga in Sheema District, and Stephen Peter Nagenda of Kibale, Rwanswa who was paid 1.06 billion Shillings.