Two junior officers from bank of Uganda who helped former Executive Director Supervision at bank of Uganda Justine Bagyenda to steal vital documents with important information about the closure of seven banks slept in police coolers.
They included Bagyenda’s bodyguard and her driver who were handed over to police for criminal investigation for telling lies to Parliament’s Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises which is probing the bank’s top officials over the controversial sale of commercial banks.
Job Turyahebwa and Ms Juliet Adikito yesterday told MPs that on March 14, 2018, they and their boss Bagyenda drove straight from Entebbe Airport to BoU offices yet the vehicle tracking system says otherwise, the three having made a stopover at Kiswa.
BoU security officers Beatrice Kyambadde and Charles Moro were also sent to police for criminal investigations.
The two told the select committee of Brig. Tukahiirwa they did not know what was inside the bags.
Adikoti said she was more concerned with security of Bagyenda than what was inside the bag. Driver job Turyahebwa said the same.