In her June 23rd letter, the Deputy Inspector of Government, Mariam Wangadya, says Kazibwe was convicted by the Anti-Corruption Court in Kololo on abuse of office contrary to Section 11 of the Anti-Corruption Act, 2009 and Theft of government stores contrary to Sections 254 (1) and 261of the Penal Code Act CAP 120,
According to the charge sheet prepared by Brenda Kimbugwe, Manager Prosecution in the Inspectorate of Government endorsed by Jane Frances Abodo, the Director Public Prosecution – DPP, the suspects caused the government a financial loss of more than Shillings 27.4 million between May 2015 and April 2016.
According to the charge, a copy of which URN obtained, Izama is accused of abuse of office and issuing false Revenue Receipts for Trade Licenses, Plan Approvals and Land Premiums contrary to Section 11 of the Anti-Corruption Act.
Fredrick Oketch, the Western Region Inspectorate Officer, says that while serving as a Senior Finance Officer for Ishongororo Town Council, Nimusiima swindled a sum of 28,976,300 million Shillings which he was supposed to deposit on the town council bank account. The money in question was raised as local revenue.
“With the IG-ODS, a leader is not able to submit incomplete information and thus the system has solved the problem of incomplete declarations, which also eases verification,” says Anet Twine, the Director Leadership Code.
The agency has now launched what they call ‘IG-ODS Phase II’, which will help access the data in other government agencies, which will make it easy to verify data submitted by a leader through comparison.
In September 2020, information widely circulated that the President had nominated Justice Mugambe IGG, information that remains on a Wikipedia page dedicated to her.
Minister Lokodo says since the said nomination was not communicated to other organs, it was not completed.