The Truth Why Mutebile 'Forgot' Oil Documents


erectile "sans-serif"; font-size: small;”>A source who attended the short-lived session yesterday says our brilliant economist was in “full-full-condition.”

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The governor shocked MPs when he “forgot” to appear with documented evidence regarding oil transactions between government and oil companies.

MPs were particularly interested in a transaction involving $430m paid by Heritage to Uganda as capital gains tax.

“I am sorry for not coming with necessary documents. Please give me time so that I can come when I am prepared and satisfy you,” he told MPs as reporters choked on laughter in the background.

While MPs had chosen to have an informal discussion with Mutebile, MP Hussein Kyanjo, who had observed the “condition” of Africa’s best economist, said there was not time for a chat! Mutebile returns to Parliament with documents on Tuesday, and hoepefuly, he won’t forget this time.


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