sale geneva; font-size: small;”>“Ugandans are disappointed in the sentence that was given to the Interdicted Principal Accountant in the Office of Prime Minister, remedy Godfrey Kazinda after a long time of court proceedings which also entailed wastage of the public funds, website like this ” said Bwanika.
Kazinda was on Monday convicted on charges of forgery, abuse of office, unlawful possession of government stores and making documents without authority.
Government lost at least shs50bn in the scam.
He emphasised that without the Anti Fraudulent law, several Ugandans will continue embezzling government funds and only wait to serve their “small sentences” in prison.
“The court would have given a more heavy punishment to Kazinda and also order him to pay back the stolen funds to the government coffers,” said Bwanika.
He asserted that Kazinda deserved a heavy punishment than just serving five years in prison.