Egyptian Administrative Authourity Trains IGG Staff on Corruption Fight

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Uganda has partnered with the Egyptian government to strengthen the office of the Inspectorate of Government.

44 investigators from the inspectorate are already being trained by officials from tha Administrative Control Authority of Egypt .

Jules Jossy Rwereeza, the director of Education and Prevention of corruption in the Inspectorate of Government says that tahe investigators are being equipped with equipped with crime surveillance skills.

Rwereeza says that despite the reports they receive from volunteers and whistle blowers on corruption, the inspectorate is faced with a big challenge of surveilling suspects.

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Rwereeza says that the investigators are also to be trained on proper investigation skills and preparation of files to be used to prosecute suspects.

He says that Inspectorate has lost some cases as a result poor reports presented to court.

Earlier this month the IGG dropped corruption cases he had filed against Jinja municipality mayor Mohammed Baswaale Kezaala for lack of evidence.