Mega Scandal: Junior Staffers Petition IGG over Senior KCCA staff Fraud

Junior Staffers at the Kampala Capital City Authority have petitioned the Inspectorate of Government over a mega fraud scandal that involves key managers within Kampala’s governance body.

The junior staff, in their petition to the inspectorate of government made on October 23rd stipulates how the senior directors George Opio Okello the acting director Administration and Rosette Natumanya the Deputy Director Human Resources defrauded the organization through the stealing fuel and indecent use of other Kampala Capital City Authority utilities.

The staff allege that the two, together with Senior Superintendent of Police  Kituma Rusoke also forged signature of some of the Human Resources Director thereby terminating contracts of several staff in a bid to ensure that they not only replace them with colleagues, but also be able to embezzle further of the resources within the organization.

“Kindly be informed that Mrs Janette Luzinda and Opio Okello failed interviews when they wanted promotional positions. Their aim therefore is to show the President that he made the wrong decision.” Part of the letter reads.

The staff accuses Miss Natumanya of creating divisions within the Kampala Capital City Authority staff, “for she has gone ahead to baselessly threaten staff that don’t believe in her ideas that anytime they will lose their jobs. We therefore request you to intervene as quickly as possible.”

They also accuse the senior managers of using staff accessories including vehicles, fuel and allowances for personal obligations including the transporting of children from school, the use of such institution vehicles on personal farms in cultivation.

Robert Kalumba, the authority spokesperson when contacted needed more time to comment on the issue. The accused George Opio Okello refused to comment on the matter, while other accused persons did not comment.

Ali Munira, the spokesperson of the inspectorate of government said when contacted that it is true a petition was delivered to the IGG but investigations are still ongoing.

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