In his September 14, 2021 response to the CAO on behalf of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Works and Transport, Engineer T. Mugenyi says that results from tests conducted on the culverts submitted by the district indicate that they meet the specifications of class light pipes for the roads.
Namirembe, also known as, Hildah Faridah Naluwembe, 45, a resident of Kelezia zone in Makindye division, Kampala was arrested over the weekend by Police and the State House Anti-Corruption Unit and subsequently arraigned before Luwero Chief Magistrate Samuel Munobe on impersonation charges.
The head of statehouse anti-corruption Unit, Col Edith Nakalema has identified the suspects as Resty Namulindwa, an assistant nursing officer, Eva Nakiwala a nursing officer, and Maria Nasasira an enrolled nurse, while two cleaners has not been mentioned.
Achola pleaded not guilty and applied for bail through the Centenary Bank lawyer, Joshua Sserugendo. She presented her supervisor, Louis Ngabirano and her workmate, Rehema Kakembo at Centenary Bank as her sureties for bail application.
Speaking at a conference commemorating International Anti-Corruption day on Wednesday, Nakalema justified her decision to investigate Dr. Lagu, saying the proceeds from livestock have increased from Shillings 800m to Shillings 2.2bn in less than a year since his dismissal.
However while addressing journalists at Parliament on Wednesday, Bitangaro says that he genuinely got the land, processed the titles and sold it. Bitangaro says that he bought several pieces of land from many bibanja owners, aggregated them then applied for a certificate of title from Mubende district which was granted and he followed all the process. He says he has agreements of the sale, and that he transferred to them a valid title which they still hold to date.