The District Internal Security Officer Kaliisa Aggrey recently authored a report that indicated pinned both the Human Resources Officer Mukalu Abbey and the General Manager Sardin Damanik on sectarianism, human injustices and theft.
Janardhan Naidhu the former Chief Finance Officer of Oil Palm Uganda Limited
Police in Kalangala have arrested Richard Ssenkooza, the
environment officer Oil Palm Uganda Limited for sharing email
addresses of the company’s top bosses.
Ssenkooza is currently detained at Kalangala Central Police Station as officers
in the Criminal Investigations department investigate circumstances why he shared
In his statement at Police, Ssenkooza said he shared the emails with a journalist
who had requested for clarification following the missing of 5.3 billion shillings at the company.
The company has since September last year been struggling to recover more than 5.3
billion shillings that was allegedly embezzled by the former finance controller of the
company Janadhan Naidhu who later fled the country.
The General Manager Damanik Sardin and the Human Resources Manager Mukalu Abbey
recommended that the Estates Manager Ochola Sunday and a host of other
employees be sacked since the audit report had been leaked to the media.
The officer in charge of Criminal Investigations at Kalangala Police Station Chris
Yashaba refused to disclose under what charges Ssenkooza is being held. He says that investigations are on-going.
The District Internal Security Officer Kaliisa Aggrey recently authored a
report that pinned both the Human Resources Officer Mukalu Abbey and
the General Manager Sardin Damanik on sectarianism, human injustices and theft.
When contacted Kaliisa wondered why Police and the Administration at the Oil
Palm Growing Company do not focus energies on finding Janadhan Naidhu who defrauded the company instead of arresting
different staff without evidence.