Long road of “ghost’s” in Uganda
It’s been a long road with ghosts in Uganda. This isn’t really news other than the smear fact of Keith Muhakanizi’s hanging those who civil servants whose been using the system for gaining extra cash instead of paying them. Sure didn’t get the memo of ghost medicine saga of 2008 or all the fun accident of government monies happily ending in MPs or Ministers pockets.
Keith Muhakanizi the newest secretary of treasury. Who is working to eliminated “ghosts”. The plan is to get all the civil servants to write their signature on the work hours. Still that effort isn’t paying off! Keith is saying “if you have ghosts on your payroll: I’ll hang you!” he continues: “I didn’t realize that it was enough ghosts hanging over because central government system over time, nobody would take accountability!” Then Keith showed the world the crazy eyes of leadership (Check the footage of NTV Uganda).
If the reforms will make it as the news reporters say: the four months will be a year. So that the signature scheme to sufficiently stop the “ghost” practice. Chimpreports recently also tells the story of the Ministry of Education is going after “old ghost money” that FUFA is expecting 10% of each sponsorship that the clubs in the Ugandan Super League (USL).
In December 2013 in all year of Shs 70 billion went to ghost prisoners. The incidence of 396 out of 769 names can’t be validated or sound real (Monitor.co.ug).
So that the Keith Muhakanizi has a lot to do, especially since there has happen a lot since August 2013. Therefore his report and works has to anticipate more loads of work and maybe some new reports to make a difference. That’s why as secretary of treasury he got a few papers and “ghosts” to hang! Peace.
MoE, FUFA and USL: