The Inspectorate General of Government Irene Mulyagonja, has constructed a mega mansion in Kololo.
The expensive mansion sits on two plots, 31 and 39 along Rigeway Drive. Mulyagonja’s mansion is just opposite to Emmanuel Mutebile’s house on Kololo Hill.
When completed, the mansion will be among the most expensive and luxurious mansions in Kololo.
The storeyed house sits on half an acre with an extended wall fence which is about to be completed.
Daily Inspector understands that the whole project could have cost Mulyagonja between 2 to 4 Billion Uganda Shillings.
IGG is facing a lot of criticism from the president and from her office over miss use of office. At one time the president told her to sort out her office due to the rising numbers of corruption in the country.
It should be remembered that a few months back a whistle blower who happened to be a Staff at the Inspectorate of Government (IG) petitioned the State House Anti-Corruption Unit demanding an investigation into alleged corruption, illegal and irregular recruitments that they say had marred the agency. The whistleblower in the petition dated 3rd March 2019 said a number of regional inspectorate officers have acted in their positions for more than three years without being confirmed, contrary to the public service standing order.
A few weeks back a leaked shortlist of people who had applied for the job of Court of Appeal (Constitutional Court) had the name of Mulyagonja, the current IGG. She however faces competition from 24 other distinguished learned judges.
The Inspector General of Government (IGG), Justice Irene Mulyagonja, is among 25 candidates who have applied for the three vacant positions for justices of the Court of Appeal/Constitutional Court.
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