How Katosi road money was shared

CICCO consultant Niu Hong (Right) consults with one of the lawyers at the Anti-Corruption Court yesterday. Photo by Michael Kakumirizi

What you need to know:

  • Mr Niu Hong, currently a consultant with CICCO, told the Anti-Corruption Court at Kololo that he was a co-signatory with Mr Apolo Senkeeto to a joint account opened by Eutaw Construction Company where the Shs24 billion was deposited.
  • Mr Hong further testified that on February 3, 2014 he received a call from Senkeeto asking him to go to Housing Finance Bank where he signed for transfer of Shs12 billion to CICCO’s account for mobilisation of equipment and personnel and another transfer of Shs4.6 billion was wired to the US.

KAMPALA. Former country manager of Chongqing International Construction Corporation (CICCO), a road construction company, has revealed how the Shs24 billion dubiously paid for the Mukono-Katosi road works, was shared out.
Mr Niu Hong, currently a consultant with CICCO, told the Anti-Corruption Court at Kololo that he was a co-signatory with

Witness pins Senkeeto on Katosi road scam

However, he testified that Mr Senkeeto appeared as country representative while Mr Richard Platt was a director during negotiations between UNRA and Eutaw leading to the signing of the contract

to a joint account opened by Eutaw Construction Company where the Shs24 billion was deposited.

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