Justice Catherine Bamugemereire has presented the report on Uganda National Roads Authority [UNRA] to President Yoweri Museveni.
The Bamugemereire report of the commission of inquiry into Uganda National Roads Authority says the Shs9 trillion used by UNRA to construct 1,500km of roads in 7 years was enough to construct at least 5,147km.
Also, Shs4 trillion ($1.2bn) was misappropriated by the old UNRA team, according to the 1,300-page report handed to Museveni.
In January this year, Museveni extended the deadline for the Commission of Inquiry into allegations of mismanagement of affairs at UNRA.
The five-member Judicial Commission chaired by Justice Catherine Bamugemereire was appointed by President Museveni on June 8 last year to investigate mismanagement, abuse of office and corrupt practices in Uganda National Roads Authority.
Finally handed in today, the report recommends the prosecution of over 90 people involved in the saga and the recovery of lost assets.
President Yoweri Museveni has now directed the Inspector General of Government, CIID and the Auditor General to jointly follow up the matter and bring the culprits to justice.