Whistleblowers are individuals who usually expose harsh information on a personal organization’s wrongdoings.
The two workers’ unions the committee will target its questions to are the Central Organization of Free Trade Unions (COFTU) and the National Organization of Trade Unions (NOTU).
These will have to explain NSSF funding activities to the select committee.
The committee chairperson, Mwine Mpaka, the Mbarara City South MP recently addressed journalists at parliament. He announced that they will look at circumstances surrounding the appointment of the managing director of NSSF among other things.
Other things to be looked at also include establishing whether people’s savings with the institution are safe and claims of corruption.
Mpaka is backed by Charles Bakabulindi the Workers’ MP and Karim Nsamba the Industrial Division Mbale City MP. Michael Kakembo, Fortunate Nantongo, Laura Kanushu and Amos Kankunda are also backing the Mbarara City south MP.
Considering the Parliament’s rules of procedure, the house may also at any time upon a motion moved after notice is given, appoint a select committee to investigate any matter.
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