By Our Reporter
The Minister of Finance Matia Kasaija and his permanent Secretary Keith Muhakanizi were yesterday evening interviewed by the Head of Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU), Lt Col. Edith Nakalema, over the Shs90 billion that was printed in Germany about two months ago by Bank of Uganda officials in for personal use, sources say.
Sources say the two officials were quizzed because they supervise BoU and as such Nakalema’s team wanted to know whether they were aware of the money that has caused another major scandal at Uganda’s central bank.
Another source has told this website that some of the Shs90 billion illegally printed and loaded on the consignment of the other notes that were supposed to be delivered to BoU, is being kept by two officials of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), The two officials are said to be male and female.
The source further said Afande Nakalema and her team will on Tuesday or Wednesday quiz BoU deputy governor Dr Louis Kasekende in relation to the controversial money, some of it is believed to be circulating in the economy.
Nakalema and BoU governor prof. Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile yesterday confirmed that the implicated BoU officials were being interrogated, with Mutebile saying the matter will be handled to its logical conclusion.
On Friday www.mknewslink.com news website broke the news of Nakalema and her team storming BoU on a mission to interface with the culprits and other officers there in regard to the billions of shillings notes that were illegally printed by the officials.
www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website