Why RDCs can fight corruption

Women activists protest the rampant corruption in the country. Courtesy PHOTO

What you need to know:

If RDCs can be fully supported to diligently perform this role of continuous and routine monitoring/supervision as given to him/her by the Constitution, budget outputs would be getting realised at every point of expenditure and any attempts of fraud would be detected instantly - Presidency Minister.

Many Ugandans spend a lot of time discussing and lamenting how corruption is wide-spread in our society but pay little or no attention to discussing feasible and realistic approaches to fighting it.


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