Amama Should Step Aside: Wafula Says

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viagra 100mg http://clbattery.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-modules.php geneva; font-size: small;”>“The Prime minister should step down. Unless the money was robbed from him, he cannot be a whistleblower,” he said. “The PM and his PS are supposed to ensure government programmes are implemented. So if money gets lost it means they are not serious thus being incompetent,” he added.

He said that the prime minister should step aside and a thorough audit takes place to find out who is responsible.

Meanwhile western countries last week slashed over Shs 20bn aid to Uganda following the Auditor General’s report that donor support funds had been swindled.

Kazinda reportedly colluded with officials in Bank of Uganda and Finance Ministry to exploit loopholes in the financial management systems to facilitate the theft.

Ireland also responded by sending a team of three officials to follow up the matter here in Kampala.

They met Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and Permanent Secretary in the OPM, whose signatures were forged by Kazinda in the fraudulent transactions, at the former’ office.


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