Ugandan President's Brother Led Probe into Wasteful Govt Spending
President Yoweri Museveni's younger brother, General Salim Saleh, has been linked to an Internal Security Organisation-funded report on wasteful expenditure in government ministries and agencies. The investigation was done by 12 people, led by Saleh. The report has been publicised as the work of the ISO, but well-placed sources told The Observer that none of the investigators are officially working for the organisation.
General Salim Saleh with the former deputy chief of the defence forces, General Charles Angina.
Monitor, 9 December 2017
A report released this week by the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) shows that more than 50 government ministries, departments, and agencies spent a whopping Shs497b on… Read more »
Monitor, 7 December 2017
The Internal Security Organisation (ISO) has submitted to President Museveni a report on government's wasteful expenditure and recommended a merger or abolition of some state… Read more »