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PM Nabbanja In Line For Court Over Iron Sheets Saga

The director of public prosecutions (DPP), Jane Frances Abodo is set to prosecute PM Nabbanja and number of ministers and individuals. This is in relation to the diversion of iron sheets intended for the vulnerable in Karamoja region.

Among those expected to appear before court this week is Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja. The Police CID recently interrogated her in connection with the corrugated iron sheets.

The interrogation lasted for over an hour and was followed by Nabbanja traveling to Kakumiro in Western Uganda. She apparently travelled there to rally her supporters in preparation for the potential prosecution this week.

During this period, she spent in Kakumiro, her absence in Parliament didn’t go unnoticed as her budget appropriations for the upcoming financial year were passed.

Eight case files were forwarded to the DPP for review last week according to reports with independent prosecutors assigned to examine them.

The office of the Prime Minister confirmed receiving files from the police CID and emphasized the complexity of the matter. Apparently, some suspects claim to have received the iron sheets by verbal communication. Others say unknown people delivered the sheets to their homes.

The DPP returned to the country last week after being away and her final opinion is important before prosecution continues. Various individuals have also reviewed the case files and additional charges are expected to be filed this week.

A number of legislators received the iron sheets though some of them returned them to the office of the Prime Minister stores in Namanve.

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