Justice (DOJ) advised the Government to arrange an interview with Steven Kagyezi, ex-minister Richard Kaijukaâ€™s son, over the $10,000 he claimed he deposited on his fatherâ€™s London bank account.
Yunusu Abbey writes that DOJ officials made the request when a Government delegation met them in Washington DC last August. The DOJ is also probing the $10,000 bribery allegations against ex-minister Kaijuka. Kagyezi is reportedly studying in an Australian university.
Dr. James Lukobya, Ugandaâ€™s consul in Sydney, Australia, has reportedly requested for investigators to interview Kagyezi as per the US proposal. â€œThe DOJ officials said if Kagyezi refused to co-operate, Uganda could cancel his passport and ask the country where he resides to deport him, â€ a source said. Ends
US Wants Kaijukaâ€™s Son Queried