Molly Kamukama, the Principal Private Secretary to the President is currently being grilled by the Commission of Inquiry into land matters.
Kamukama is appearing at the National Archives Centre, where the Commission chaired by Lady Justice Catherine Bamugemereire is currently sitting.
Kamukama was summoned to the commission following testimony by Lands Minister Betty Amongi in which she alleged that some of the decisions for compensation to different people from the Land Fund had been prompted by directives from President Yoweri Museveni. This was after the Commission grilled her on micromanagement of the land fund.
“In a country where we run a presidential system where executive power is exercised on behalf of the President by the Minister, it becomes difficult, where you have a directive that must be followed up by the Minister. You will have no choice but to abide by,” Amongi then said.
Posted by Nile Post on Tuesday, May 15, 2018