PRESIDENTIAL advisor Maj. Roland Kakooza Mutale has accused the Inspector General of Government (IGG), Jotham Tumwesigye
PRESIDENTIAL advisor Maj. Roland Kakooza Mutale has accused the Inspector General of Government (IGG), Jotham Tumwesigye, of trying to influence the reinstatement case through a private letter to a judge.
Addressing a press conference at his Bombo Road office yesterday, Mutale displayed a letter Tumwesigye purportedly wrote to Justice Yorakamu Bamwine on April 27, a week before the judgement was read.
Bamwine on Wednesday nullified the dismissal of Mutale as presidential advisor, an act that arose from the IGGâ€™s recommendation.
Mutale successfully appealed that the IGG unlawfully recommended his sacking to President Yoweri Museveni for allegedly breaching the Leadership Code Act.
In the letter copied to the Attorney General, Tumwesigye told Bamwine that the IGGâ€™s concerns in the defence case were not addressed by the Attorney General as the Court had ordered.
Mutale said by writing the letter to the Bamwine privately instead of addressing it to the court, Tumwesigye wanted â€œto unduly influence the caseâ€.
Mutale said the IGG should have addressed the letter to the Chief Registrar of Courts.
Maj. Mutale raps IGG