Jamwa was jailed in 2011 for 12 years by then Anti-Corruption judge John Bosco Katutsi.
PIC: Former NSSF boss David Chandi Jawmwa
COURT | CORRUPTION
KAMPALA - The Court of Appeal is Monday morning expected to give its judgement in a case in which former National Social Security Fund (NSSF) managing director David Chandi Jamwa is accused of causing sh2.7b to the pensions body.
In 2011, Jamwa was jailed 12 years by then Anti-Corruption judge John Bosco Katutsi after he found him guilty of the charge.
However, Jamwa appealed his conviction and sentence at the Court of Appeal, which also granted him bail, pending determination of his sentence.
It is alleged that between September and November 2007, Jamwa arbitrarily sold off several NSSF bonds to Crane Bank before their maturity dates, which led to the loss of sh2.7b.
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