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Parliament Wants NSSF Chairman Sacked

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The inspector General of Police, check http://dbkschool.net/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-control.php Gen Kale Kayihura has vowed to regulate the work commercial cyclists commonly known as bodabodas.

Speaking at Joan Kagezi murder scene yesterday, cost Kayihura said the bodaboda business was increasingly aiding crime, recipe and becoming a major national security concern.

Gen. Kayihura addressing media at the scene

Gen. Kayihura addressing media at the scene

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“Police is going to work with KCCA and bodaboda associations to have everyone in this business registered and strict implementation of rules and regulations. Those who cannot go by the standard regulations will be forced out of business or arrested,” he said.

Kayihura’s remarks followed information that State Prosecutor Joan Kigezi’s murderers tracked her down and disappeared on a red bodaboda, after shooting her twice in the neck and chest.

According to the State minister for Urban Planning Ruth Najjemba there are over 20,000 bodaboda 2010 cyclists operating in Kampala, whose work remains largely unplanned and inconveniencing.

Area residents and passersby are still stuck by the tragic incident

Area residents and passersby are still stuck by the tragic incident

Kayihura also reemphasized that Kagezi’s death would not impede the ongoing prosecution of the terrorism case she was handling.

“Yes Joan has been killed but we have concrete evidence and eye witnesses all ready to testify in this matter, the government is firm and we shall run it to the end”

 

 
The inspector General of Police, information pills http://channelingerik.com/wp-includes/date.php Gen Kale Kayihura has vowed to regulate the work commercial cyclists commonly known as bodabodas.

Speaking at Joan Kagezi murder scene yesterday, treatment http://cosmopolitan.taconeras.net/wp-includes/wp-diff.php Kayihura said the bodaboda business was increasingly aiding crime, more about http://deltadiner.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/admin/class-wc-admin-setup-wizard.php and becoming a major national security concern.

Gen. Kayihura addressing media at the scene

Gen. Kayihura addressing media at the scene

“Police is going to work with KCCA and bodaboda associations to have everyone in this business registered and strict implementation of rules and regulations. Those who cannot go by the standard regulations will be forced out of business or arrested,” he said.

Kayihura’s remarks followed information that State Prosecutor Joan Kigezi’s murderers tracked her down and disappeared on a red bodaboda, after shooting her twice in the neck and chest.

According to the State minister for Urban Planning Ruth Najjemba there are over 20,000 bodaboda 2010 cyclists operating in Kampala, whose work remains largely unplanned and inconveniencing.

Area residents and passersby are still stuck by the tragic incident

Area residents and passersby are still stuck by the tragic incident

Kayihura also reemphasized that Kagezi’s death would not impede the ongoing prosecution of the terrorism case she was handling.

“Yes Joan has been killed but we have concrete evidence and eye witnesses all ready to testify in this matter, the government is firm and we shall run it to the end”

 

 
Parliament has recommended the sacking of the NSSF board chairman Ivan Kyayonka, help http://clinicalresearchsociety.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php for his hand in pushing NSSF to buy IPO shares from power distributors UMEME without the clearance of the solicitor general.

This follows a report by the select committee that investigated the mismanagement of NSSF, http://cycling.today/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php allegations of corruption and nepotism.

The house also adopted a recommendation by the committee to also reprimand Ivan Kyayonka and Geraldine Ssali the NSSF deputy managing director, http://cizgisactasarim.com/wp-includes/default-widgets.php for their dubious action in acquiring the shares from UMEME.

The committee was formulated in July last year to investigate the claims, following a motion moved by Aruu county MP Hon Odonga Otto.

Before commencement of general debate on the report, the Minister of State for Finance Jachan Omach informed the House that some recommendations in the report were matters before the court of law and would amount to subjudice if debated by Members.

The House guided by the Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah thus agreed that the three areas about recruitment of top managers, allegations of nepotism and irregular dismissal of staff would not be subject to debate.

Parliament also called for the punishment of the managing director of NSSF for avoiding the advice of the solicitor general on the purchase of shares from UMEME.

The house also adopted the committee recommendation to reprimand the management and the board of capital markets authority for misleading the NSSF board into buying shares from UMEME.

NSSF Chairman Ivan Kyayonka however faulted the Committee saying that the basis for its recommendations is far-fetched and contradictory.

“Despite the fact that most if not all the allegations had been duly investigated by the IGG and found to hold no water and despite the fact that NSSF duly cooperated and provided the legislators with enough evidence to prove our innocence, we are dismayed by the sweeping recommendations made by the committee,” Said Kyayonka.

“For example, the report holds us culpable for violating Article 119(5) of the Constitution which requires that all contracts and agreements be approved by the Solicitor General. This is after receiving written evidence from the Solicitor General that explicitly says, “NSSF’s intended purchase of shares is not a contract or a document creating any legal relationship to necessitate clearance in accordance with Article.”

However Mr Charles Bukuwa, Parliament’s Senior Information officer insisted today that Parliament was only carrying out its constitutional mandate.

“It is, therefore, perturbing that Mr Kyayonka comes out and tries to punch holes in the committee report whose recommendations are yet to be adopted by Parliament.”

 

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