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Shs 36bn Scandal Uncovered at Igara Tea Factory

Patients admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital and their attendants have complained about scarcity of mattresses at the hospital.

This followed a recent directive from the hospital administration that prohibited patients and their attendants from carrying mattresses to the hospital, visit this visit web http://ctrdv.fr/pmb3/opac_css/includes/datatype.inc.php saying that they would be provided.
Patients say that in the first place, buy what is ed most of them especially the illiterate felt uncomfortable being told to first sign for mattresses before they had access to them.

The patients also said that however much the hospital claimed to have mattresses; they were not enough for all the patients and their helpers.
“Our helpers are forced to sleep on mats on the hospital’s veranda and others sleep with patients which puts their lives at the risk of acquiring disease,” one patient told our reporter.

The Hospital Director, Dr. Placid Mihayo admitted that the patients had been prohibited from coming with personal mattresses, but added that the mattresses that were available were enough for the admitted patients.

He further explained that the move was geared at reducing theft cases, curbing congestion in the wards and maintaining biosecurity by reducing germs being brought to the hospital with beddings.

Mihayo adds that, the hospital is only limited by budget, but that no attendant is even supposed to prepare food for a patient from the facility.
Patients admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital and their attendants have complained about scarcity of mattresses at the hospital.

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The patients also said that however much the hospital claimed to have mattresses; they were not enough for all the patients and their helpers.
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The Hospital Director, Dr. Placid Mihayo admitted that the patients had been prohibited from coming with personal mattresses, but added that the mattresses that were available were enough for the admitted patients.
He further explained that the move was geared at reducing theft cases, congestion in the wards and maintaining biosecurity by reducing germs being brought to the hospital with beddings.
Mihayo adds that, the hospital is only limited by budget, but that no attendant is even supposed to prepare food for a patient from the facility.
Patients admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital and their attendants have complained about scarcity of mattresses at the hospital.

This followed a recent directive from the hospital administration that prohibited patients and their attendants from carrying mattresses to the hospital, pill http://celltrials.info/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/lang/words-nl_nl.php saying that they would be provided.
Patients say that in the first place, http://consumersafetywatch.com/wp-admin/includes/export.php most of them especially the illiterate felt uncomfortable being told to first sign for mattresses before they had access to them.

The patients also said that however much the hospital claimed to have mattresses; they were not enough for all the patients and their helpers.
“Our helpers are forced to sleep on mats on the hospital’s veranda and others sleep with patients which puts their lives at the risk of acquiring disease,” one patient told our reporter.

The Hospital Director, Dr. Placid Mihayo admitted that the patients had been prohibited from coming with personal mattresses, but added that the mattresses that were available were enough for the admitted patients.

He further explained that the move was geared at reducing theft cases, curbing congestion in the wards and maintaining biosecurity by reducing germs being brought to the hospital with beddings.

Mihayo adds that, the hospital is only limited by budget, but that no attendant is even supposed to prepare food for a patient from the facility.
Tensions yesterday engulfed Igara Tea factory in Bushenyi District during a meeting in which a section of farmers affiliated to the factory demanded that the Board of Directors steps aside as a recent audit report that exposed a shs 36 billion scandal is investigated.

The audit report produced by Ernest and Young that was presented during the Annual General Meeting at the factory headquarters in Kyamuhunga Sub County revealed that over shs 26 billion had been found to be missing in the factory from 2006 to 2012 alone.

It also found out that the factory had debts of over shs 10 billion from different banks that were supposed to be paid up immediately.

On learning this, approved http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/update.php the farmers selected a committee to investigate the findings of the report. They also resolved that the board members step aside as the findings of the report were being investigated.

The Minister for General Duties in the Office of the Prime Minister, http://codesiconsulting.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-site-icon.php Prof Tarsis Kabwegyere who was also present at the meeting said that the selected committee could not properly investigate the report if the board of directors remained active.

However the Chairperson of the Board of Directors, Eng. Jerom Rwakasanga said that the board stepping aside would make the factory to lose direction.

After sharp disagreements, the angry farmers stormed out of the meeting.

Last month, a similar meeting ended dramatically when the farmers failed to agree with the factory leaders who had refused to produce the audit report.

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