Patrick Kintu Kisekulo, the Rakai district Secretary for Finance has been censured.
22 of the 39 councilors yesterday voted Kintu Kasekulo, out office on allegations of theft and abuse of office.
Henry Mulindwa, the councilor for Kyotera town council, moved the motion to censure Kintu, in a council presided over by Rakia district Speaker Joe Mukisa.
Mulindwa accused Kintu of using his position as a works secretary in 1998 to steal construction materials meant for Bukoola and Banda Bridge.
Mulindwa claims that due to the theft of these materials the bridges were destroyed by heavy rains making the roads impassible. Both Bridges are found in Kabira Sub County, in the proposed Free Trade Zone.
Mulindwa also accused Kisekulo of stealing goats supplied under the National Agricultural advisory Services [NAADS]. Mulindwa also accused Kisekulo of threatening to kill him after petition a motion of censure against him.
The councilors also accused Kisekulo of describing them as poor peasants.
Joe Mukisa, the Rakai district council speaker declared Kintu officially voted out of office. He said the 22 out of the 39 councilors who voted against him, were enough to make the required quorum.
Kintu Kisekulo, the censured finance secretary simply stormed out of the council and drove off in his vehicle. He has declined to comment on the matter.