By Watchdog reporter
The Inspector General of Government, Irene Mulyagonja has spitted fire over the shs6 billion presidential Handshake which was shared amongst 42 government officials after Heritage, Tullow oil capital gains settlement.
While appearing in the Parliamentary Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) headed by Abdul Katuntu today, Mulyagonja said all beneficiaries will have to declare their income of shs6bnHandshake in their sub sequential declarations.
According to Mulyagonja, conflict of interest has completely over ran management of public offices that is why everyone who was supposed to have given advice in regard to the oil cash bonanza is being questioned.
“We need to have stringent measures of checking conflict of interest,” IGG stated.
Mulyagonja said as the office of the IGG, they decided to leave parliament take lead in the oil cash probe because the handshake had a heavy political undertones involving even President Yoweri Museveni.
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