The Inspectorate of Government has challenged people with information on politicians bribing voters to hand it over to police for investigations.
This comes amid complaints of politicians who are bribing voters with cash and commodities ahead of the 2016 general elections.
Now the Inspector General of Government (IGG) Justice Irene Mulyagonja says despite the many complaints through media, no formal complaint has been filed making it hard for them to follow up.
She also says her office has been contemplating on joining forces with other government bodies to fight graft that is sometimes syndicated.
She was addressing media practitioners at an annual breakfast meeting ahead of the World Day Against Corruption that is marked every December 9th.
This year the day will be marked under the theme; ” Stop Syndicate Corruption for Better Service Delivery”.
Story By Stephen Mbidde