Richard Ssembajjwe, the Chairperson of Luweero District Service Commission told URN that the dismissed staff were summoned twice in Month of December 2019 to defend themselves over the alleged forgeries but they declined to appear. The one staff who had turned up at their offices disappeared before he was interviewed over allegations.
In a letter dated December 6th, the deputy IGG indicates that they have clearly studied Bbaales appeal to their office and established that some of his documents had not been captured in the earlier complaint filed to the inspectorate, thereby being omitted by the investigators.
Justice Mulyagonja says that failure to enforce good governance practices enabled corrupt officials at Central Bank to engage in corrupt tendencies. She stressed the need to increase accountability for governance in the fight against corruption.
Jackson Kadumye, the Mubende District Information Officer, confirms the development saying that given the fact that the two civil servant implicated by the IGG are no longer workers of Mubende District, enacting disciplinary action on them could not be easily implemented.
The Makerere Visitation Committee has in its report recommended that the Inspector General of Government IGG should investigate 230 bank accounts run by the university and establish the details of how they were opened up and the individuals operating them.