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Justice Mwondha is new IGG

By Vision Reporter

Added 13th January 2005 03:00 AM

PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni has named High Court judge Justice Faith Elizabeth Kalikwani Mwondha as the new Inspector General of Government.

PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni has named High Court judge Justice Faith Elizabeth Kalikwani Mwondha as the new Inspector General of Government.

By Alfred Wasike

PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni has named High Court judge Justice Faith Elizabeth Kalikwani Mwondha as the new Inspector General of Government.

The Deputy Director of Legal Affairs at the Movement Secretariat, Raphael Obudra Baku was appointed Deputy IGG.

Mwondha and Baku replace Jotham Tumwesigye and David Psomgen, whose contracts expired in November 2004.

Tumwesigye and Psomgen replaced Augustine Ruzindana and Wasswa Lule.

The Inspectorate of Government is enshrined in Chapter 13 of the 1995 Constitution.

The Constitution stipulates that the IGG and the Deputy IGG hold office for four years but are eligible for re-appointment once.

Justice Mwondha, until yesterday, the High Court resident judge for Mbale, was a member of the Uganda Human Rights Commission before her appointment to the judiciary in December 2002.
Mwondha, 51, has a Bachelor of laws degree from Makerere University.

She represented Butembe, Jinja district, in the Constituent Assembly in 1994/95.

Baku, 47, was a member of the Sixth Parliament where he represented Moyo West.

He was a member of the defence and internal affairs (sessional) committee (1996/1999) and rules, privileges and discipline committee.
Baku was also the corporation secretary of the National Enterprise Corporation between 1994 and 1996.

He was the Principal Assistant to the Minister of State for Defence between 1996 and 1999.

Justice Mwondha is new IGG

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