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State House Anti-Corruption Unit to extend operations to lower local governments in Kasese

By Obed Kithende

The Kasese District Chairperson has revealed that the State House Anti-corruption Unit will also extend their operations to the lower local governments to assess their performance.

Eliphaz Muhindi Bukombi made the revelation today morning while addressing the press today afternoon at Virina Gardens in Kasese town.

According to him, the coming of the Anti-corruption body of State House is part of the process of fighting against corrupt civil servants in the district, adding that during his term of office, corrupt officials will not be tolerated and entertained.

Muhindi explained that for a period of one year he has been at the helm of the district, he was studying the operations of civil servants especially those at the headquarters.

The District Boss ably stressed that the six civil servants who were arrested by the State House Anti-corruption unit and other two officials will on May 19, 2022 appear in court to answer charges against them.

He called upon all political leaders and the civil servants to work as a team as the only way to deliver effective services to the population.

Muhindi used the same platform to appeal to all the Parish Chiefs who were recently recruited to handle money for the Parish Development Model as expected in order to realize its intended purpose.

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