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Uganda gov’t officials resign following corruption allegations

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By David Barigye

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Kampala-Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa, together with Government Chief Whip John Nasasira and Junior labour Minister Mwesigwa Rukutana have this afternoon announced they have resigned from Cabinet ahead of their trial before the anti-corruption court tomorrow

The accused have announced that they are stepping aside to allow the anti-corruption court presses to take place in a relation to CHOGM scam that left President Museveni’s government drop credibility on fighting graft.

Former Vice President Gibert Bukenya was also bailed to Luzira latter, granted bail by Justice Paul Mugamba of the Anti- Corruption Court following sickness claim.

His request to retain his passport to enable him travel to Nairobi for treatment hasn’t been heard thus far.

President Yoweri Museveni had earlier announced his zero-tolerance on corruption. Yet many familiar with Uganda’s politics did not take him serious.

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