Ugandan MPs ask Foreign Minister to Resign
Seven members of parliament say foreign minister Sam Kutesa should resign. This follows reports that Kutesa in 2016 asked for and received a Shs1.8 billion bribe from Chi Ping Patrick Ho, a Chinese national. The foreign affairs ministry has dismissed the report.
Uganda's Sam Kutesa elected as the 69th President of the UNGA.
Independent (Kampala), 22 November 2017
Uganda's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has dismissed reports of a multimillion dollar bribery scheme at the UN allegedly involving minister Sam Kutesa, saying all engagements… Read more »
Observer, 22 November 2017
Uganda Foreign Affairs minister Sam Kutesa, with the help of his wife Jennifer Nankunda Kutesa, allegedly solicited the $500,000 bribe from Chinese investors, according to the… Read more »
Monitor, 21 November 2017
Foreign Affairs minister Sam Kutesa has been named in US court documents as having allegedly received a $500, 000 (about Shs1.8 billion) bribe help a Chinese company obtain… Read more »
VOA, 21 November 2017
The bribery scheme was hatched in the halls of the United Nations in New York and spanned several continents. Read more »