The awarding of the Kabale taxi / bus park tender to Kigezi Transport and Tax Operators Co-operative Society [KTOCS] has taken another twist as the State Minister for Economic Monitoring Henry Banyenzaki moved to petition the Prime Minister of Uganda, sick http://cirnow.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-upgrader-skin.php Dr Ruhakana Rugunda to probe into the alleged irregularities in management of the park tender.
In a letter dated 9th July, capsule 2015, the Minister told Dr Rugunda that despite the guidance from Executive Director of public procurement and disposal of public assets authority and the Inspectorate of Government’s report of December 2013, the office of Town Clerk Kabale Municipal council together with municipal tender committee, have perennially continued to ignore both guidance and recommendations.
According to a December 2013 IGG report, a company named CMK owned by Babu Shanklyn defaulted Shs 206,068, 085 which it was supposed to pay to the central division of Kabale Municipality.
The report also indicates that CMK was awarded a noncompetitive contract in 2003 that was being extended up to 2008.
In January this year, the council went ahead and awarded the contract to Kigezi Transport and Tax Operators Co-operative Society headed by the same defaulter Babu Shanklyn.
Town Clerk Charles Magumba later told media that being new in office, he was not aware of Mr Shanklyn’s bad record. He added that by the time he assumed office, the handover report he received never mentioned IGG report implicating CMK Company.
Minister Banyenzaki is now seeking intervention of the Prime Minister and wants the contract terminated.
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