Ugandan Officials Admit Not Deserving Oil 'Golden Handshake'
The six revenue authority staff have told the parliamentary committee investigating the controversial payout linked to defending the country's tax claims against British oil firms, that they did not "do anything special" outside their scope of duty to deserve part of the controversial money.
Some of Uganda Revenue Authority Staff who were given the part of controversial Shs6 billion payments known as "the Golden handshake".
Monitor, 31 January 2017
For a long time now, there has been no cross-party anger in Uganda, like there was over President Yoweri Museveni's Shs6 billion "golden handshake" cash reward to 42 government… Read more »
Oil in Uganda, 23 January 2017
Parliament of Uganda has set up a select committee to investigate the Shs 6bn oil cash payouts to 42 senior government officials. This is the second time the legislative branch of… Read more »
Monitor, 30 January 2017
Parliament's Rules of Procedure spell out that committees should take 45 days to investigate a matter and file a report to the House for debate and resolutions. Read more »
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