Exclusive Story: Tribalism and Witch Hunt take centre stage at URSB, one region is under attack

Exclusive story: Tribalism and Witch Hunt take centre stage at URSB one region is under attack. Whisper Eye Reports

The Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) is facing a serious vice of tribalism that is affecting decision making within the Bureau.

Workers are complaining and others are forced to resign from their work before the trial committee hunt them.

Tribalism and witch hunt at the helm of URSB

Whisper Eye has been reliably informed that, it began with the resignation of the Director Business Registration Fiona Bayiga at the beginning of last month of June , Allegations suggested that she was accused of Under Performance ,

Then Godfrey Tumwesigye the Director Human Resource and now a one Moses Lubwama an office attendant who have all been witch hunted as allegation per-take the Deputy Registrar General in charge Registries Jane Langoya Okot.

It is alleged that she instituted a disciplinary committee which in the eyes of the culprits is so tribalistic.

One of the URSB employee told us that the investigation committee which was put in place, is constituted by members from one region.

‘Those investigated are from one region of this country for example Mwesigwa Silverio, Daniel Nasasira, Denis Birungi, Muliisa Solomon and Tonny Tumukunde who have on several occasions faced a biased committee that has totally had no evidence but instead directed them to gather evidence against themselves which is irrational,’ says the source.

Whisper Eye in a phone conversation with one of the officials of URSB Name withheld denied all the triablistic sentiments at the agency ,

But instead assured us that all these allegations shall not deter the agency in cleaning the mess at the semi-autonomous government agency, established by Act of Parliament in 1998 in Uganda.

He promised to highlight more of this issue later tomorrow.

URSB is responsible for civil registrations, business registrations, registration of patents and intellectual property rights, and any other registrations required by law.