The officers include Norman Etolu, the Parish Chief in Kobulubulu Sub County, Geofringo Geofrey Egadu, the Parish Chief in Aperkira Sub County and Raymond Eboyu a.k.a Charles Raymond Elyau, the Assistant Accountant, Ochero sub County. Etolu and Egadu are accused of forging diploma papers to get jobs as Parish Chiefs while Eboyu is accused of living and working under impersonation for 37 years.
A reliable source revealed that investigators from the Presidents Office as well as the Inspectorate of Government have been at the ministry for days or even months. The source said the investigations started over the procurement of the LC5 vehicles but now seems to extend to other areas.
Top officials ranging from the Vice Chancellor, University Secretary, Director Human Resources and Accounting Officer of Kyambogo University KYU might lose their jobs if Parliament follows through on recommendations of the Inspector General of Government for disciplinary action.
District administrators, who formed 22 of all complaints that were forwarded and investigated by the IGG, are majorly accused of flouting procurement procedures, bribery, extortion and gross embezzlement.