The Anti-Corruption court has today adjourned the case in which Interdicted Principal Accountant in the Office of the Prime Minister Godfrey Kazinda is facing alleged charges of forgery to March 2017.

This is after the IGG’s Dir. of Legal Affairs  said that  they have no witness to testify against Geoffrey Kazinda.

Kazinda is accused of illicit enrichment after amassing wealth estimated at UGX4.6b which isn’t commensurate with  his known income.

According to the charge sheet, the suspect forged signatures of OPM Permanent Secretary Pius Bigirimana that were in computer generated letters addressed to the director banking, Bank of Uganda in cash withdrawal authorisation forms.