It is reported that the officers connived to subdivide part of Spire road primary school land into 11 plots, which they shared amongst themselves and sold it off to unidentified developers across the city.
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.
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.
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.
Maria Burnett, the senior Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch says
scandal after scandal, the governmentâ€™s patronage politics and lack of the political will undermines the fight against corruption in Uganda.