MPs want BoU officials investigated over alleged illicit accumulation of wealth
A section of members of parliament have called for the deputy governor Bank of Uganda Loius Kasekende and other officials to step aside to allow the IGG to carry out investigations over alleged illicit accumulation of wealth.
This happened after details from the declaration of income, assets and liabilities forms at IGG link senior Bank of Uganda officials to a number of property in upscale areas of Kampala, Wakiso and other areas.
Addressing a news conference at parliament the Member of Parliament for Nwoya County Simon Oyet and Ngora county mp David Abala said that the implicated group in the bank of Uganda should be out so as they do not interfere with the investigations using their position.
Abala says there is no reason as to why government officials should not fear to be investigated because once they are found with no case, this raises their integrity.