Shortly after meeting the Commissioners, Museveni directed the Inspector General of Government IGG, Criminal Investigations Directorate CID and the Office of the Auditor General OAG to act on the report. Solomon Muyita, the Judiciary spokesperson has confirmed the handover of the report to the president and the presidential order for investigations.
Engineer Mark Odongo, the executive director Road Fund told the commission that at some point, he wrote to the Minister of Finance Matia Kasaija, and asked that the Auditor General be requested to carry out a forensic audit of UNRA, which was done but the report is still shelved in Parliament.
In his testimony to the Commission early this week, Charles Muganzi, the former Permanent Secretary Ministry of Works and Transport blamed World Bank for the sub-standard work executed on the Pakwach-Nebbi road.
The Uganda National Roads Authority probe committee heard that former Executive Director, Eng. Peter Ssebanakitta on several occasions wrote letters to the evaluation committee asking that requirements on academic qualification and equipment be waived.