The Uganda Revenue Authority commissioner for internal audit and compliance, European Union and Mr Begumisa protazio already committed to fund the activity in the next financial year.
To this point, Newslex Point understands 5 URA staff are being described on suspicion that they’ve been using revenue from tax evasion and other related activities to obtain unaccounted wealth, according to daily Monitor.
The board had approved the idea, relating it as a significant aspect which will easily identify URA staff who are involved in illegal activities and related tax evasion,’’said Mr Protazio.
The European Union is determined to offer about Shs600m to ensure a smooth exercise, adding that on the subsidiary of EARA Committee meeting on integrity last week in Kampala, the board is providing encouragement of magnifying honesty and anti-corruption campaign.
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