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IGG orders Manafwa parish chiefs to refund Shs9million

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The Inspectorate of Government has directed two parish chiefs in Manafwa district to refund Shs9 million misappropriated from the NAADS programme.

According to the directives, from Mukoto sub-county mismanaged the said amount of funds which was meant for implementation of the NAADS projects.

The Deputy Inspector General of Government, Mr George Bamugemereire, has directed Mr Richard Makhabuli and Mr. James Wandwasi Shibanga both Parish Chiefs of Mukoto Sub-county to refund Shs9,662,898/= meant for NAADs. The Inspectorate of Government carried out investigations into alleged mismanagement of NAADS Program in Mukoto-Sub County Manafwa District”. Reads a statement signed by Ms Ali Munila, the Inspectorate’s publicist.

Ms Munila said the investigations established that Mr Makhabuli and Mr. Wandwasi Shibanga both Parish Chiefs of Mukoto Sub-county, caused financial loss of Shs9,662,898 which they had drawn for purchase of iron sheets, maize seeds, and fertilizers under the NAADS Program for FY 2009/2010.

“The Inspectorate of Government has directed that each of them makes a refund of Shs 4,831,449 (Four million eight hundred thirty one thousand four hundred Forty Nine Shillings) which constitutes 50 per cent of the Shs9,662,898 that was misappropriated, within 90 days from  March 9- May 2016.

However, the Inspectorate has advised them to deposit the money on the Asset Recovery before any steps are taken in the event that they fail to pay on the given time.

Account:-

A/C Name        :       Asset Recovery Account

Number   :       003030088000007

Bank                :       Bank of Uganda

“Alternatively, they could pay cash to our Cash Office located on 6th floor, Jubilee Insurance Centre, Plot 14, Parliament Avenue, Kampala. The two were warned to comply with this directive, failure of which, stern action would be taken without further notice”.

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