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Museveni Cautions To End Corruption Among Corrupt Ministers

HE the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is now ready to pressurize all corrupt ministers out of their seats, to standardize the welfare in the country. During his discussions with an Anti-corruption activist, Cissy Kagaba, Museveni is partly ready to clarify about this issue.

However, according to the Anti-corruption activist, she clearly urged the president to start his survey on the top high ministers in big offices and conclude with the small offices. This will help perish out all the corrupt ministers from the country.

Some time back, Museveni together with his foreign affairs minister Sam Kahamba Kutesa were said to have allowed bribes from a Chinese businessman Mr. Ho. With a total sum of $500,000, the President denied all those accusations and vowed to eliminate such cases in Uganda.

“If you are implicated in a scandal, resign. If you are found innocent, then you can be re-instated” Lydia Wanyoto the chairperson NRM women league says.

Initially the president has decided to officially commission the current Anti-corruption unit offices at the state house before heading for celebrations at Kololo. The offices to be opened will make easy access with reports due to corrupt scandles.

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