Auditor General John Muwanga Receives Shs500 Million RB

Parliament has agreed to award Shs500 million as a one-time service award to the retiring Attorney General, John Muwanga, recognizing his outstanding and distinguished service.

During a session chaired by Speaker Anita Annet Among on Tuesday, parliament adopted a report on the post-retirement benefits of the Auditor General, as outlined in section 5(2) of the National Audit Act 2008. In addition to the Shs500 million award, Muwanga will receive a monthly retirement pension equivalent to the current Auditor General’s salary and a furnished residence.

State Minister for Finance and General Duties, Henry Musasizi, moved the motion requesting the benefits for Muwanga, which include an annual medical allowance, a chauffeur-driven car, security provided by the state, fuel and vehicle maintenance allowances, and state burial provisions.

The session also saw amendments proposed by Nandala Mafabi of Budadiri East and Jonathan Odur of Erute County, suggesting the additional Shs500 million as a tribute to Muwanga’s clean track record throughout his tenure.

“John Muwanga has served for many years with integrity, so this lump-sum payment is justly due to him,” said Odur.

Nandala Mafabi supported the motion, emphasizing that Muwanga deserves the retirement bonus as a gesture of appreciation for his dedicated public service.

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