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  This was a new and effective way to fight corruption as it eliminates the chances of perpetrators compromising individual agencies KAMPALA Uganda January 13 2022 APO Group Appearing before the Presidential Affairs Committee on Wednesday January 12 2022 Ogwang added that state lodges across the country are in need of repairs He said this when introducing the Budget Framework Document for fiscal year 2022 2023 The committee advised the House of Representatives to increase the budget for the Presidential Initiative on Model Villages saying that the 2 billion shs allocated to the program are insufficient and have had no impact If you go to the towns you won t see any model towns The Shs 2 billion is spent on operations and management said Hon Jesca Ababiku chairman of the Presidential Affairs committee Ababiku said it was critical that the House of Representatives note that the failure of presidential initiatives affects the president s image one reason they should push for adequate funding to have the model villages desired by the president MPS was also concerned that there were multiple government agencies involved in monitoring government programs and wondered if it was not a duplication of functions and a waste of resources Ogwang who heads the House of Representatives monitoring unit said he was working in coordination with the House of Representatives Anti Corruption unit the Government Inspector General and the Uganda Police He explained that this was a new and effective way to fight corruption as it eliminates the chances of perpetrators compromising individual agencies There are some people who feel untouchable because when you send an agency it doesn t work we now have a team with technicians from the relevant anti corruption bodies said Ogwang
Uganda: State House seeks shs12bn for renovations

1 This was a new and effective way to fight corruption, as it eliminates the chances of perpetrators compromising individual agencies.

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2 KAMPALA, Uganda, January 13, 2022 / APO Group / –

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3 Appearing before the Presidential Affairs Committee on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, Ogwang added that state lodges across the country are in need of repairs. He said this when introducing the Budget Framework Document for fiscal year 2022/2023.

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5 The committee advised the House of Representatives to increase the budget for the Presidential Initiative on Model Villages saying that the 2 billion shs allocated to the program are insufficient and have had no impact.

6 “If you go to the towns, you won’t see any model towns. The Shs 2 billion is spent on operations and management, ”said Hon Jesca Ababiku, chairman of the Presidential Affairs committee.

7 Ababiku said it was critical that the House of Representatives note that the failure of presidential initiatives affects the president’s image, one reason they should push for adequate funding to have the model villages desired by the president.

8 MPS was also concerned that there were multiple government agencies involved in monitoring government programs and wondered if it was not a duplication of functions and a waste of resources.

9 Ogwang, who heads the House of Representatives monitoring unit, said he was working in coordination with the House of Representatives Anti-Corruption unit, the Government Inspector General and the Uganda Police.

10 He explained that this was a new and effective way to fight corruption, as it eliminates the chances of perpetrators compromising individual agencies.

11 “There are some people who feel untouchable because when you send an agency, it doesn’t work; we now have a team with technicians from the relevant anti-corruption bodies, ”said Ogwang.

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