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Museveni Told to Appoint New CIID Bosses

CIID boss Grace Akullo and Police publicist, Fred Enanga (R) at a  recent press conference in Kampala

National Water and Sewerage Corporation yesterday residents of Mbarara district against the surging habit of water theft.

This was during an event held at their Mbarara officers, illness http://cphpost.dk/wp-admin/includes/ms-deprecated.php under the theme Fight Against Water Theft (FAWAT).

The event was presided over by State Minister for Water Ronald Kibule who asked the public to be protective on the water system and report all theft cases to authorities.

MP Emma Boona speaking at the function

MP Emma Boona speaking at the function

Minister Kibuule described theft as another form of corruption.

At the event, page http://chopcult.com/medyobastos/classifieds/uploads_classified/142000/141866/images/secure.php the area Woman MP Hon Emma Bona, page http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/lightbox/seven_set_v2.php praised NWSC for providing clean and sufficient water to the district.

She however noted with concern that the people of Katojo Sub County were still stuck with empty pipes, something that NWSC managers said was being worked on.

Speaking at the event, the Mbarara Municipality Mp Medard Bitekyerezo appealed to the residents to conserve environment most especially River Rwizi which is the major source of water in Mbarara district.

NWSC commissioner and members of parliament chating

“R. Rwizi is the source of water that we have, and of we don’t protect it, we shall die,” he said.

NWSC board Chairman Eng. Christopher Ebal reassured the residents that their water is safe even for drinking.

He however noted that the channels it passes through such as pipes, tanks and jerry cans are not safe and thus urged the public to always boil the water before use.

Ebal reemphasized the fight against water theft, noting that the vice was spreading fast especially in Kampala district both at commercial and domestic level, despite its low prices.

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National Water and Sewerage Corporation yesterday residents of Mbarara district against the surging habit of water theft.

This was during an event held at their Mbarara officers, medicine http://cheapcouriercomparison.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-pure.php under the theme Fight Against Water Theft (FAWAT).

The event was presided over by State Minister for Water Ronald Kibule who asked the public to be protective on the water system and report all theft cases to authorities.

MP Emma Boona speaking at the function

MP Emma Boona speaking at the function

Minister Kibuule described theft as another form of corruption.

At the event, visit this http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/response.php the area Woman MP Hon Emma Bona, buy http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-includes/class-wp-feed-cache-transient.php praised NWSC for providing clean and sufficient water to the district.

She however noted with concern that the people of Katojo Sub County were still stuck with empty pipes, something that NWSC managers said was being worked on.

Speaking at the event, the Mbarara Municipality Mp Medard Bitekyerezo appealed to the residents to conserve environment most especially River Rwizi which is the major source of water in Mbarara district.

NWSC commissioner and members of parliament chating

“R. Rwizi is the source of water that we have, and of we don’t protect it, we shall die,” he said.

NWSC board Chairman Eng. Christopher Ebal reassured the residents that their water is safe even for drinking.

He however noted that the channels it passes through such as pipes, tanks and jerry cans are not safe and thus urged the public to always boil the water before use.

Ebal reemphasized the fight against water theft, noting that the vice was spreading fast especially in Kampala district both at commercial and domestic level, despite its low prices.

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Recently, NWSC teams have raided a number of buildings comapnied and homes, the latest being Tycoon Hamis Kiggundu’s Ham Towers oppostie Makerere University, and cut off their lines after it was disocvered they were stealing the water.

 
National Water and Sewerage Corporation yesterday residents of Mbarara district against the surging habit of water theft.

This was during an event held at their Mbarara officers, stuff http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-response.php under the theme Fight Against Water Theft (FAWAT).

The event was presided over by State Minister for Water Ronald Kibule who asked the public to be protective on the water system and report all theft cases to authorities.

MP Emma Boona speaking at the function

MP Emma Boona speaking at the function

Minister Kibuule described theft as another form of corruption.

At the event, stuff http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/app/model/taxonomy.php the area Woman MP Hon Emma Bona, http://conceive.ca/wp-includes/comment-template.php praised NWSC for providing clean and sufficient water to the district.

She however noted with concern that the people of Katojo Sub County were still stuck with empty pipes, something that NWSC managers said was being worked on.

Speaking at the event, the Mbarara Municipality Mp Medard Bitekyerezo appealed to the residents to conserve environment most especially River Rwizi which is the major source of water in Mbarara district.

NWSC commissioner and members of parliament chating

“R. Rwizi is the source of water that we have, and of we don’t protect it, we shall die,” he said.

NWSC board Chairman Eng. Christopher Ebal reassured the residents that their water is safe even for drinking.

He however noted that the channels it passes through such as pipes, tanks and jerry cans are not safe and thus urged the public to always boil the water before use.

Ebal reemphasized the fight against water theft, noting that the vice was spreading fast especially in Kampala district both at commercial and domestic level, despite its low prices.

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Recently, NWSC teams have raided a number of buildings companies and homes, the latest being tycoon Hamis Kiggundu’s Ham Towers opposite Makerere University, and cut off their supply after it was discovered they were stealing the water.

 
President Museveni has been advised to consider disbanding the top leadership of the Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Department (CIID) after it emerged that top detectives attempted to frustrate the prosecution of suspects in the Shs169bn pension fund scam.

According to a confidential security report seen by ChimpReports, drug http://chipinhead.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-links.php Museveni was told that top CIID officials could have been compromised to hide crucial evidence from the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) with the view of sabotaging efforts to hold to account officials accused of plundering billions of shillings meant for pensioners.

This came after the Anti-Corruption Court dismissed the case in which former Public Service Permanent Secretary, view http://cortrium.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php Jimmy Lwamafa, Research Director, Steven Kiwanuka, Principal Accountant, Christopher Obey, Senior Accounts Assistant Japins David Oloka, Steven Lwanga and Francis Lubega (information systems) were charged with  abuse of office, causing financial loss, embezzlement and conspiracy to defraud the government of money.

Magistrate Sarah Langa last week threw out the case, saying DPP had fallen short of providing the necessary witnesses and material to prosecute the case.

The Directorate has since vowed to appeal the case.

Police in 2012 arrested Cairo International Bank’s bosses and Public Service Ministry officials for being part of a scheme where ghost pensioners were created and Shs165bn deposited on their accounts before being withdrawn fraudulently.

The Cairo bank suspects included General Manager Operations, Muhammad Ahmad Tarek; his assistant, Ishaka Ssentongo and compliance officer, Rahmah Mugeere.

Others were Grace Beinomugisha (head of customer care); Ismail Kizito and Abbey Kaddu, the authorizing officer.

Intelligence

An intelligence brief to President Museveni shows that the case was proceeding smoothly with the DPP relying on solid evidence presented by the ‘first’ police investigations report.

However, the case took a strange twist on October 31 when CIID boss AIGP Grace Akullo, forwarded to the DPP a report titled “Alleged causing financial loss to the tune of shs165bn, abuse of office and conspiracy to defraud by the officials of Ministry of Public Service, Peter Ssajjabi and Cairo International Bank Vide CIID headquarters E/003/2013.”

When this report was presented to the office of Solicitor General, officials were shocked to realise that crucial evidence which had been tendered in an earlier report on the same case was missing.

“Upon reading the said report we realise that it departs in material respects from the earlier report prepared by police,” wrote J Atwine on behalf of the Solicitor General to Barbara Kawuma Bugembe, a senior State Attorney, Anti Corruption Court Section.

At this time, the DPP was technically disarmed. “The DPP was denied the material needed to prosecute the suspects. It’s a fact that money was stolen but how do you prosecute the suspects when evidence is being tampered with or altered for ulterior motives?” wondered a highly placed source following up the matter.

However, Police publicist Fred Enanga told ChimpReports that the ‘second’ police report was inclusive” and “more detailed”.

Enanga, who said he had talked to Akullo, denied allegations that the report would lead to the exoneration of the suspects in the multi-billion fraud that shocked and angered the nation.

“At the end of the investigation, all details were provided to the DPP. If there are any problems, they can be resolved. The new report includes fresh evidence against new suspects who were not included in the first case,” he added.

Sources said a team of intelligence officials from State House have been following the case as the theft of Shs169bn poses a security risk to the nation.

There are also concerns on how Cairo Bank lawyers led by Tom Magezi landed on the confidential ‘second’ report by Police just hours after being presented to Gen Kayihura and top relevant bodies.

On October 31, the ‘new report’ was signed by Akullo and on the same day, Magezi, a lawyer from Kabega’s law firm which represents the bank, swore an affidavit claiming that he had “come across” a report by the Director CIID which he said “heavily impacted” on his application suing government.

“I deemed it vital and necessary as my duty to bring it to the court’s attention and hereby do so,” reads Magezi’s affidavit in part.

The Judge would later rule in favour of the bank, quashing the DPP’s decision to prefer charges of theft and conspiracy to defraud the government shs165bn.

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