The much-anticipated examining of Bank of Uganda (BoU) authorities by Parliamentary Advisory group of Commissions, Statutory Experts and State Ventures (COSASE) into inquiries brought up in the unique review report by the Inspector General about the dubious conclusion of seven banks by the National Bank has neglected to take off.
Last week, COSASE Administrator, Abdu Katuntu (in included photograph) said the Council was set to begin interfacing with BoU authorities and all board individuals from the seven shut banks starting today.
However, our correspondent at Parliament says the gathering didn’t happen in light of the fact that Katuntu wasn’t accessible. Reports likewise show that BoU authorities didn’t turn-up. It’s uncertain whether Katuntu’s agent couldn’t continue with the meeting.
“We have set up a work plan, we are starting on Wednesday one week from now and we will have the capacity to connect with officers of Bank of Uganda and Leading group of Bank of Uganda to disclose to us the issues that have been raised by the Reviewer General,” Katuntu told writers last week.
He included: “We have taught representative to search for the Sheets of the outdated banks. The Sheets are currently outdated, so we will search for the individuals who were toward the end in those workplaces in those banks.”
It ought to be noted that on 28th November 2017, COSASE asked for the Examiner General to attempt an exceptional review on the conclusion of every single Business bank by the Focal Bank.
After seven months, the extraordinary review report turned out, uncovering how BoU questionably shut a portion of the banks.
For model, the unique review report uncovered that amid the statutory administration time frame, the National Bank sprinkled Shs478.8bn into Crane Bank as liquidity bolster between 21st October 2016 and 9th January 2017.
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