Former Ugandan Minister Has Case to Answer in Road Saga
The head of the Anti-Corruption Court Justice Lawrence Gidudu has ordered former works minister Abraham Byandala and six others to defend themselves against charges of causing a U.S.$6.7 million loss of funds meant to upgrade the Mukono-Katosi-Nyenga road in 2013.
Independent (Kampala), 17 October 2017
The head of the Anti-Corruption Court Justice Lawrence Gidudu has ordered former Works Minister Eng. Abraham Byandala and six others to defend themselves against charges of causing… Read more »
Former transport and works minister Abraham Byandala, left, appearing with Ssebugga Kimeze, centre, and Joe Semugooma before the anti-corruption court in Kololo recently.
Monitor, 16 October 2017
Court in Kampala has ordered former works minister, Abraham Byandala and his co-accused persons to defend themselves in a case in which government lost Shs24.7 billion in the… Read more »
East African, 18 May 2017
The management of the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) is on the spot over allegations of opaque multibillion-dollar procurement processes in the roads sector. Read more »
Monitor, 4 April 2017
One of the suspects in the Mukono-Katosi road scam had initially been lined up as a witness but was later turned into an accused. Read more »
Monitor, 30 March 2017
The case of disobeying lawful orders against former Works minister, Abraham Byandala, on Tuesday took a new twist when the investigating officer denied sanctioning the charge. Read more »