The Inspector General of Government Irene Mulyagonja has called upon leaders to declare their assets as required by law.
Meeting the speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga this morning, the IGG said that all leaders have up to the 31st of this month to declare their wealth in line with the leader ship cord.
Mulyagonja explained that 25,230 forms were sent to 170 institutions, but few have returned their declaration forms.
She however explained that her effort to enforce the leadership cord act is being constrained by absence of leadership code tribunal to handle the defiant.
The Leadership Code Act directs all leaders to submit to the IGG a declaration of their income, assets & liabilities every 2 years.
Story by Samuel Ssebuliba