The Auditor General John Muwanga noted that although the government appointed the Investment Advisory Committee (IAC), there is no approved Petroleum Revenue Investment Policy (PRIP) and Investment framework to guide operations of the petroleum revenue.
The Committee on Audit and Public Accounts (CAPA) observes that the non-compliance of PAP with the African Union (AU) procurement guidelines, a high turnover of Clerks to Parliament, inadequate staffing and a lack of a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and Business Continuity Plan (BCP) at PAP.
The Auditor General noted that a review of the payment vouchers for fuel at Kampala Station revealed that payments to the tune of 222.2 million Shillings made to two local fuel companies lacked fuel consumption statements from the suppliers to justify the payments.
According to the newly released Auditor Generals report for the year ended December 2018, KCCA accumulated domestic arrears to a tune of 43.88 billion Shillings as at June 30, 2018 and failed to remit 20.74 billion Shillings of Pay as You Earn P.A.Y.E and 676.6 million Shillings in Value Added Tax VAT to Uganda Revenue Authority.
In his report, the Auditor General, John Muwanga queries the failure by BoU to recover assets in Escrow under Global Trust Bank-GTB valued at Shillings 15.13 billion. In its response, the Central Bank explains that the GTB Escrow assets are managed by DFCU Bank, which was appointed to collect on behalf of BoU.
The report dated 2 August 2018, was carried out from April 2018 to June 2018 raises three serious queries where monies amounting to over 1 billion shillings were grossly mismanaged in double payments, to hire lawyers, University contractor and the university secretary in legal damages that were appealed.
The Auditor General John Muwanga raised the concern noting that his office has realized a continued increase in domestic arrears, from UGX 473billion recorded in FY 2010/2011, to UGX 763 billion in the FY 2011/2012 and UGX 1.1trillion shillings in FY 2012/2013.
The NRM Caucus sitting on Monday evening tasked the Finance Minister to make clarifications on the floor of Parliament on queries raised by the Auditor General that loans amounting to 1.3 trillion were acquired prior to parliamentary approval.
Judith Katushabe, the Treasurer of Basoka Kwavula- Kyabi Womenâ€™s Group, is on run after she reportedly ran away with 4.7 million shillings of membersâ€™ savings. It is alleged that Katushabe fled her home after she was confronted by the group members.