Kabale Assistant Records Officer Interdicted

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In the letter, a copy of which URN has seen, Ntimba, says Monday has been interdicted from duty for failure to comply with section F-S of the Uganda Public Service Standing Orders 2010 thus leading public service into disrepute.

The Kabale District Assistant Records Officer, Aloysius Monday has been interdicted. He is accused of among others absence from duty without permission, insubordination and refusal to comply with his posting instructions. 


Monday's interdiction is contained in a leaked letter dated August 08th, 2018 signed by Kabale District Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, Edmond Ntimba. 


The letter is copied to Kabale District Chairperson, Resident District Commissioner, Chief Finance Officer Kabale, Principal Internal Auditor, Principal Human Resource Officer and Secretary Kabale District Service Commission. 


In the letter, a copy of which URN has seen, Ntimba, says Monday has been interdicted from duty for failure to comply with section (F-S) of the Uganda Public Service Standing Orders 2010 thus leading public service into disrepute.

 
 
Monday is also accused of failure to handover office when he was transferred as records officer to Kamuganguzi Health Center III in Kamuganguzi Sub County. According to Ntimba, Monday's whereabouts are not known ever since he was transferred.


He also says Monday was charged by Kabale Chief Magistrate, Julius Kyaka Borore for malicious damage, criminal tress pass and threatening violence on July 11th 2018.  He also accused of threatening to kill his biological mother over a land dispute. 


Ntimba says the officer is barred from stepping in office until the criminal cases against him are disposed of by court.

 
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Attempts by URN to speak to Monday were futile as his known mobile was switched off. These are not the only accusations against Monday.


In March 2017, Monday was picked up for impersonating a magistrate and soliciting money from different people with promised of helping them win cases before court.
 

 

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Samuel Amanya
Samuel Amanya is the Kigezi Region URN bureau chief. Kabale, Kisoro, Kanungu and Rukungiri districts fall under his docket. Samuel Amanya has been a Uganda Radio Network reporter since August 2016. Before becoming a URN staff reporter, Amanya had written for the network for several years as a freelancer.


Amanya was also a Voice of Kigezi reporter from 2011 to 2016.


A journalism graduate from African College of Commerce Kabale, Amanya values his independence. Amanya says URN is a home for his talent because it lets him explore his journalistic interests without limits.

Amanya is fascinated by the crime beat and some of his best stories have come out of that interest. Amanya says he aims to be all round beat reporter.