Naava Nabagesera has appeared before court over fresh charges of obtaining money by false pretence.
Naava, who was a legal assistant to President Yoweri Museveni, was charged with obtaining sh72.3m while her co-accused Moses Ssempebwa was charged with obtaining sh32m.
Naava was in August charged with obtaining sh29.8m from several people, while Ssempebwa allegedly obtained sh15.9m.
They are accused of obtaining money from several Ugandans, claiming that they would secure for them jobs in the UK.
The suspects denied the charges before Buganda Road Court Chief magistrate Margaret Tibulya on Thursday.
Represented by lawyer John Matovu, they were released on similar terms of sh5m non-cash bail.
Prosecution said the duo tricked several individuals to pay between sh0.5m and sh1m for the UK jobs.
Naava allegedly obtained the money for work permits, passports, registration, job applications, medical and accommodation.
Naava faces fresh charges over sh72m