Enough Of Your Dirty Deals! Three NRM MPs Transferred To Kira Police Over Corruption Allegations

Enough Of Your Dirty Deals! Three NRM MPs Transferred To Kira Police Over Corruption Allegations

By Spy Uganda

Kampala: Three Members of Parliament (MPs) including, Bunyole East county representative, Yusuf Mutembuli, Paul Akamba of Busiki constituency in Namutumba District, and Ms Cissy Namujju, Lwengo District Woman Representative have been transferred to Kira Division Police in Wakiso after a day of questioning at the Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) headquarters in Kibuli.

The MPs, all members of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM), spent the entire day on Monday at CID headquarters being interrogated about corruption-related crimes following summons on Sunday evening.

Sources indicate that the MPs, along with staff from Parliament and the Finance Ministry, allegedly conspired with other government agencies to allocate budget shares for personal gain and that CID reportedly has sufficient evidence to implicate them.

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Their arrest comes shortly after President Museveni assured Ugandans of having proof against corrupt officials within the government, including the Ministry of Finance and Parliament.

During his State of the Nation Address last Thursday at Kololo, the President expressed his disbelief at the extent of the corruption but confirmed the existence of evidence.

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“I have been hearing that from the Ministry of Finance, they collude with the accounting officers of ministries to come to Parliament working with some people there (Parliament) to provide certain funds, provided you take a share. I didn’t believe this but now I have proof,” the President said on Thursday during the State of the Nation Address at Kololo.

Two of the accused MPs are wanted for their roles in the Budget Committee of Parliament, while another is implicated in underhand dealings with Kenyans during the processing of the Petroleum Supplies Amendment Bill in November 2023.

Sources have thus revealed that Parliament has become a marketplace for illicit deals, with legislators acting as brokers to sabotage bills for personal benefit among other allegations.

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