A Three-person committee given 14 weeks to study Kashenshero town clerk’s CORRUPTION saga in Mitooma district.
Western Uganda – Mitooma district council has assigned a three-personcommittee to investigate the alleged corruption charges against former Kanshenshero town clerk Arthur Nzeyimana who was interdicted 0n 3 December 2019 after he was accused of allegedly mismanaging Shs38 million from the road fund.
Silvester Tumukurate, the acting chairperson Mitooma district confirmed the interdiction and the setting up of the committee, saying the committee investigate among other issues the alleged removal of the town engineer as signatory on the road funds account, the double receipt of released funds, failure to pay ex- glacial to local council one chairpersons, and failure to show accountability for the financial year 2017/18, with the investigations lasting for 14 weeks before it reports to the council the results.
Nzeyimana blamed his interdiction and accusations on some civil servants he never mentioned who missed working for over fifteen days and connived with councilors that turned the issue tribal.
Mitooma district officials have been accused of corruption on several occasions, recall last year when three Mitooma District officials including the principal personnel in charge of district Service commission Amon Byamugisha was arrested by Mitooma police as he started his work in his office on charges of corruption and he later pleaded guilty.
Others were Saverino Beyendeza, the District Community Development Officer, Sarah Kiconco Community Development Officer Katenga Sub County were also arrested by the Inspector General of Government (IGG)’S office.