Muhakanizi listed the affected accounting officers in his March 28th, 2018 letter to the Clerk to Parliament, Jane Kibirige. He accused the accounting officers of failing to account for funds under their votes.
According to Information, Communication and Technology Minister, Frank Tumwebaze, Cabinet has directed the Finance, Planning and Economic Developments Minister to prepare the amendment bill in consultation with the Attorney General.
Baroza was the former Personal Assistant to the former Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura before he was deployed as the Uganda Police Force Liaison Officer to Algeria in 2017. He was recalled to the Police headquarters in May 2018 for reassignment in vain.
However, President, Museveni wants parliament to reconsider the Tax Procedures Amendment bill, 2018 and delete Section 20 6. In his letter to the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, Museveni notes that once maintained in its current form, Section 20 6 will encourage non-compliance by tax payers while filing their annual tax returns.
However Anna Adeke Ebaju, the National female youth MP questioned the basis for the increment. She explained that Uganda cannot benchmark with Kenya when it comes to the economy, because they are quite different.
The investigations started in November 2016, just two months after the then Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura passed out the officers from Kabalye Police Training School. Munira Ali, the Spokesperson of the Inspectorate of Government, says investigations are still ongoing.
Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah on Tuesday said that Narendra Modi, who is expected in the country on 24th July to hold bilateral talks with President Yoweri Museveni was to address Parliament on Wednesday, 25th at 10:00am.
Justice Catherine Bamugemereire, the Chairperson of the Land probe summoned Onek last week, to appear before the commission today in relation to threats and insults he reportedly hauled at Steven Irumba, the former Tooro Kingdom Premier.
Tabled before parliament in July 2017, the Uganda Wildlife Bill is meant to provide for the compensation of loss occasioned by wild animals from wildlife protected areas. Alum says that under the current provisions, the Uganda Wildlife Authority is incapacitated to handle the marauding animals and deal with compensation for loss of property arising from destruction by wildlife.
Mutebile explained that although the central bank was incessantly criticized when it took over Crane Bank in December 2016, Bank of Uganda had no other option other than putting Crane Bank under administration and later selling it.
Speaking at the Annual Bankers Conference at Serena Hotel this morning, Mweheire said the government arrears have now exceeded one trillion Shillings and advised that Ministry of Finance should put in place mechanisms to clear all the arrears on time.