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Two arrested for bribing police officer

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kajjansi police are holding two men accused of attempting to bribe a police officer on duty. Richard Walugembe and Remogio Baale were arrested on Sunday when they tried to bribe an investigating officer attached to Kajansi police station who was investigating their involvement in …

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State House anti-corruption unit arrests two URA officers

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The State House Anti-Corruption Unit has picked up two Jinja based Uganda Revenue Authority-URA officers. Hassan Milo and Ferdinand Wamala were caught red handed receiving a bribe of Shillings 45 million from local businessman, Jomo Nkata. The bribe was part of Shillings 50 million meant …

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Aya chairman sick, Kabafunzaki trial adjourned to November 16

Kampala, Uganda | GODFREY SSALI | Aya Investment Company chairman Mohammad Hamid, the key witness in the corruption case against Labour State Minister Hebert Kabafunzaki and two others, has appeared before the Anti-Corruption Court but declined to testify, claiming he is not feeling well and had an appointment with his doctor. …

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Kabafunzaki released on bail in corruption case

Herbert Kabafunzaki, a deputy labour minister facing corruption charges, is out on bail.  He was on Wednesday granted a sh5 million cash bail by the Anti-Corruption Court in Kampala after spending a night in Luzira Prison on charges of Corruption and Conspiracy to commit a felony. Chief Magistrate Agnes Alum granted him bail …

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Who is Herbert Kabafunzaki?

Police say they have nabbed Kabafunzaki allegedly taking a bribe Herbert Kabafunzaki, who police arrested on Saturday for allegedly taking a bribe, is a successful Ugandan businessman and politician who has served as State Minister for Labor, Employment and Industrial Relations since June 22, 2016. Kabafunzaki, 41, is the elected Member of Parliament …

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Uganda Finance Officers in court for seeking bribe from China’s Guagzhou

Two employees of Ministry of Finance have been charged with corruption before Uganda’s Anti-Corruption court and remanded to Luzira prison until April 13. John Charles Ogol, a principle finance officer together with Geoffrey Turyamuhika, a senior economist,  appeared before Chief Magistrate Agnes Alum Friday and denied the charges. Prosecution alleges that …

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