Cash bonanza part two! How Cheptegei smiled to the bank without lifting a leg at 2022 Commonwealth games, and gov’t officials who earned more than athletes

Cash bonanza part two! How Cheptegei smiled to the bank without lifting a leg at 2022 Commonwealth games, and gov’t officials who earned more than athletes

By Emmanuel Sekago

In the first episode we revealed to you the list of some of the athletes and officials, especially heads of sports federations and associations, what each received as allowances at the Commonwealth games.

Shockingly, among the sports disciplines that represented Uganda at the games in Birmingham 2022 in United Kingdom, the presidents and athletes received the same amounts of monies all spending 20 days at a rate each $100, exchange rate Ugx3,790 meaning the all walked away with Ugx7,580,000.

Kiplangat (middle) won a gold medal at the Commonwealth games. Courtesy photo.

Surprisingly in the same document seen by Wallnetnews, Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei who did not participate in the games, payment records show that he also received allowances without lifting a leg.

It’s absurd that in same document with all the amount of monies the government officials received it has come to our understanding that majority spent few days at games with some ten (10) and fifteen (15) days compared to athletes and federation and association presidents who spent twenty (20) days and received same with athletes.

In this episode, we unveil part of the list of athletes and federation heads (officials) at Commonwealth games 2022-Birmingham, UK who received Ugx7,580,000 each.

Aaron Ofoyrwoth, Achan Jesca, Adoli Haron, Adrian Kasito, Aisha Nassanga (Media), Ampeire William Nkore, Ayo Veronica, Barbra Asiimwe Christine, Benjamin Longiross, Brian Kasirye, David Namayo Mawerere (UAF), Demayi Francis, Desire Ayera, Elijah Njawuzi (UOC), Emmanuel Otim, Florence Seera, Friady Atama, Halima Nakaayi, Herbert Kisolo Muwanga, Husina Kobugabe, Ian Rukunya, Kajubu, Jacob Kiplimo, Joan Nampugu, John Sentamu (Media), Joshua Jagalo, Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei, Joshua Tukamuhebwa, Jude Mutete, Karim Arinaitwe, Kenneth Mwambu Comfort, Khasim Nsubuga, Kisiga Timothy, Levis Ocen, Lydia Sanyu Dhamuzungu (UOC), Margret Bagaala, Micheal Kawooya Raymond, Micheal Wokorach, Michael Wandera, Miriam Nalubega Mirembe, Moses Muhangi (UBF), Mugerwa Fred Tabale, Nakamya Annet (UBA), Nobert Okeny Sexton, Otucet Domenic (UAF), Patrick Lihanda, Paul Kasirye Kadoma, Paul Okello, Robert Jjagwe (UTTA), Salim Mayanja Abu, Sam Muwonge (Cycling), Sarah Namuddu, Shamim Nakayenga Musoke, Sharifa Wanyana, Ssenkungu Jameson, Susan Laker, Teddy Nakimuli, Timothy Masaba, Tolbert Onyango Omolo, Tom Dradriga, William Kabindi Kaluuya, Wokorach Philip and Salim Ssenkugu Musoke (weight lifting) to name a but a few.

We need you to see and compare the per diems for the commonwealth games Birmingham for the following government officials received for the days spent and at what rate;

Mark Ssali Ugx24,635,000 for 10 days at rate of $650, MP Kayemba Ssolo Geofrey Ugx 27,288,000 for 10 days at rate of $720, Twesigye John Ntamuhirwe Ugx27,288,000 for 10 days at rate of $720, Barugahare Brighton Ugx24,635,000 for 10 days at rate of $650, Godwin Kayangwe Ugx24,635,000, the president Uganda Rugby Union spent 10 days at rate of $650, Mugumya Duncan Ugx24,635,000 for 10 days at rate of $650, Kelly Lamaro Ugx40,363,500 for 15 days at rate of $710, William Blick Ugx34,000,000 for 8 days at Birmingham and 8 days at Islamic games at rate of $650, Chelangat Sarah Ugx37,352,000 for 15 days at Birmingham at rate of $650, Ambrose Tashobya Ugx62,870,100 for 15 days at Birmingham at rate of $730 and 8 days at Islamic games at a rate of $720, Nakamya Shadiah Ugx56,244,500 for 15 days at Birmingham and 8 days at Islamic games at rate of $650, Zubairu Galiwango Ugx48,854,000 for 12 days at Birmingham and 8 days at Islamic games all at rate of $650, Andrew Owinyi Otengo Ugx29,562,000 for 12 days at Birmingham at rate of $650, Cecilia Anyakoit Ugx29,562,000 for 12 days at Birmingham at rate of $650, David Katende Ssemakula Ugx29,562,000 for 12 days at Birmingham at rate of $650, MP Abigaba Cuthbert Ugx27,288,000 for 10 days, MP Acon Julius Bua Ugx27,288,000 for 10 days and MP Chemutai Evelyn Ugx27,288,000 for 10 days all at the rate of $720 each respectively, the Late Mukalazi Micheal (RIP) Ugx95,959,000 for 8 days at the Islamic games at a rate of $650.

Others officials for Islamic games who received for 8 days at a rate of $650 each include, Dovic Daisy Nassuna Ugx19,292,000, Juliet Oyulu Otto Ugx19,292,000, Namisi Derrick Ugx19,292,000, Odono Sammy Ugx19,292,000, Tucungwire Raymond Ugx19,292,000 and Kiiza Ibrahim Ugx12,350,000.

Meanwhile, more revelations of what transpired at the Commonwealth games in Birmingham and at Islamic games in Turkey are in the offing. Watch the space!

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