The Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee chaired by Serere District Woman MP Alice Alaso yesterday directed the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) to account for 27 billion shillings which is said to have been diverted to pay the stolen donor funds.
The committee rejected several explanations from OPM members that the money was diverted to pay donor money, web http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-product-variable.php seeking for a proper accountability.
The Committee also discovered that only 4.3 billion shillings was refunded to donors and members want an accountability of 23 billion shillings and why accountability has not been provided to that effect.
Western Youth MP Gerald Karuhanga who is a member of the Committee said it’s sad to see tax payers’ money diverted to pay stolen donor money when the culprits are still at large.
Cabinet is said to have agreed to use taxpayers’ money to pay back billions of shillings stolen in the Office of the Prime Minister, store http://decoclosets.com/plugins/content/jw_sigpro/jw_sigpro/includes/js/jquery_fresco/popup.php reliable Sources who attended the meeting said Shs38.8 billion would be withdrawn from the Consolidated Fund and refunded to development partners.
While the Cabinet resolved to refund the stolen donor funds on behalf of thieving government officials, it is not clear who is going to refund the money lost in the scam.
On Sunday 5th October, this http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-wp-replicastore.php the Big Brother Hotshots launch show will come alive with multiple award winning musicians from Nigeria, remedy Tanzania and South Africa like Davido, Diamond Platinumz and Cassper Nyovest taking centre stage.
The big night and star studded show will also see viewers and fans across the continent welcome 26 new housemates for season 9 of Big Brother Africa, Hotshots.
Audiences can look forward to a medley of chart-toppers from Nigeria’s superstar, Davido. Boasting of a number of smash hits like ‘Dami Duro’, ‘Gobe’, ‘Skelewu’ and ‘Aye’, Davido has become an unstoppable force in the music industry both locally and internationally. The talented musician already has multiple awards under his belt including a BET Award, multiple Channel O Africa Video Music Awards and leading with the most nominations in this year’s CHOAMVA.
From Tanzania, bongo flavor recording artist Diamond will be part of the spectacular line-up, and will perform one of his hit songs ‘Number One’. Diamond also has a number of musical accolades behind his name, including nominations for the Channel O Africa Music Video Awards and more than 12 wins in the Tanzania Music Awards since 2010. He has also performed at one of Big Brother Stargame’s eviction shows.
South African hip hop head Cassper Nyovest, whose hit ‘Doc Shebeleza’ is burning up the airwaves and SA music charts, will also bring the house down with his delivery of the ‘party blazer’. His debut single ‘Gusheshe’ scored him four awards at the SA Hip Hop Awards including Song of the Year and Video of the Year. Casper Nyovest has also scooped five nominations for the 2014 Channel O Africa Music Video Awards for ‘Doc Shebeleza’ including Most Gifted Video of the Year and Most Gifted Male.
Last but definitely not least is Nigerian-born Emmy Gee featuring AB Crazy and DJ Dimplez, who is also part of this stellar line-up of African musical talent. He will be performing his 2013 debut single release ‘Rands and Nairas’ which peaked in the top 10 of the South African Music charts. He released the remix of the song featuring amongst others, his homeboy Ice Prince and South African rapper Cassper Nyovest. The song also won him a Best Music Video of the Year Award at the 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards and is also nominated for Most Gifted Video of the Year at the 2014 CHOAMVA’s.
The jam packed, highly anticipated Brother Africa Hotshots live launch show will air live from 19:00 CAT on AfricaMagic, AfricaMagic Entertainment, AfricaMagic World as well as on DStv channel 197 and 198.