MPs demand halt in govt oil deals citing bribery
Posted Tuesday, October 11 2011 at 00:00
The government was also asked to explain how it procured foreign lawyers in the Heritage Oil case in London.
Parliament heard from the Lwemiyaga MP that for accommodation and feeding, each employee pays about $201 per day (about Shs560,000).
Mr Ssekikubo told Parliament that instead of establishing a parking yard in western Uganda where the oil is located, the government allegedly allowed Tullow through a company owned by Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi’s daughter Nina Mbabazi and a one, Mathew Rukikaire to establish the yard in Kiira, a Kampala suburb.