Transparency International Uganda in partnership with Anti corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) held a press conference calling upon the various recipients of the COVID 19 funds and donations to emulate the good example set by Ministry of Health (Uganda) to come out and provide accountability to the public on how they have utilized the received funds and also not only at national level but also to the lowest level through the different media platforms to cater for the different categories of people in the country.
The body’s executive director Peter Wandera says respective government agencies and departments should give regular and updated accountability not only at national level but also at lowest level through different platforms.
He points out the office of the prime minister, ministry of local government, Uganda prison services, Uganda police force, parliament and kampala capital City Authority as key departments among others required to avail their expenditure on funds received to fight the pandemic.
Wandera notes that availing the information to the public will enable proper monitoring which is believed to contribute towards improved service delivery.
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