Special Reports

IGG Probes Theft In Shs55bn Parliament Pension Scheme


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Mr. Chris Kaija Kwamya, the Deputy Clerk (Corporate Affairs), said the IGG had written to the Clerk to Parliament about the investigation arising out of the Auditor General’s Report on the Parliamentary Pensions Scheme’s Financial Statements for the financial year ended June 30, 2012.

The Parliamentary Pensions Scheme, a contributory pensions scheme covering Members of Parliament and staff in the Parliamentary Service, was established in 2008 following the passing of the Parliamentary Pensions Act, 2007.

Its estimated value at the start was Shs 20.44b, which has grown to an estimated Shs55.5b.


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