The Anti-Corruption Court has set the 17th May 2017 to deliver the verdict where former principal accountant in the Office of the Prime Minister Geoffrey Kazinda is charged with embezzlement, medicine http://cherrylanefarms.com/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php diversion of public resources and causing financial loss of Shs316 million.
The trial judge Justice Lawrence Gidudu also set 17th April for the Assessors to deliver their opinion.
Although Kazinda completed his five year sentence last year in November, viagra 40mg he is still on remand in Luzira Prison on other corruption charges against him where he is jointly charged with former assistant resettlement officer in the Office of the Prime Minister Beatrice Kezabu, sildenafil the proprietor of Total Fuel Station in Ntinda Shamim Masembe, and Hussein Katumwa, the station manager.
It is alleged that Kazinda misappropriated more than Shs 5.4 billion which was meant for post-war reconstruction scheme in Northern Uganda and Karamoja sub-region under the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan.
Kazinda is also facing other charges of illicit enrichment before Justice Magaret Tibulya where he is accused of illegal growth of wealth estimated at sh 4.6 billion shillings which was not proportionate of a civil servant’s income