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19:30
19:30

IG Urges Gov’t to Strengthen Local Complaint Mechanisms in Corruption Fight anti corruption 3 1

Bamugemereire says that 50 per cent of the complaints recorded by the Inspectorate of Government are matters concerning irregularities in recruitment for jobs and failure to pay pension and salaries, among others, which can be handled at the local level.
12:41
12:41

City Lawyer Sues State House Anti-Corruption Unit anti corruption 1

Now, city lawyer, Nicholas Ecimu has petitioned the High Court Civil Division through his lawyers Kanduho and Company Advocates to stay investigations against the accused by Lt. Col. Nakalema and her unit, saying it infringes on their constitutional rights.
15:13
15:13

Lira Anti-Corruption Demonstrators Out on Bond lira municipality 1

The Lira District Police Commander, Joel Tubanone, says police have temporarily preferred charges of organizing an illegal assembly against the group and released them on bond after presenting substantive sureties.
18:59
18:59

Ugandans to Report Corruption Using Mobile App anti corruption 1 3

Sylvia Namubiru, the Executive Director LASPNET, says they came up with the application because of the rampant cases of corruption in the country, adding that she hopes the app will help reduce corruption tendencies experienced by members of the public.
17:42
17:42

Human Rights Watch: M7 Frustrating Graft Fight anti corruption 1 Top story

Maria Burnett, the senior Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch says scandal after scandal, the government’s patronage politics and lack of the political will undermines the fight against corruption in Uganda.
16:17
16:17

MP Simbwa Cleared To Table Anti-corruption Amendment Bill anti corruption 1

Makindye East MP John Ssimbwa has finally acquired a Certificate of Financial Implication from the ministry of finance which has been the only hindrance to move his bill against corruption forward. Ssimbwa’s bill seeks to have all property acquired through corruption confiscated.
11:32
11:32

IGG: Law To Attach Assets Of Corrupt Officials In Offing civil servants 1

Justice Irene Mulyagonja Kakooza, the Inspector General of Government said that there is a plan to amend the Anti Corruption Act to introduce stringent measures, which will allow for the attachment of assets belonging to individuals who may be found guilty of causing loss of public funds through procurement corruption.
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