VIDEO: NSSF Boss On Spot For Employing Only Relatives In His Department


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Geofrey Sajjabi The Head Of Business At NSSF-FILE PHOTO

Following the expiry of NSSF’s former Managing Director Richard Byarugaba, corruption and mismanagement of saver’s money hit the table with whistle blowers calling for an investigation on several top bosses of the fund.

Top on the list was Richard Byarugaba, Board Chairman Peter Kimbowa and Deputy Managing Director Patrict Ayota who is also the acting MD of NSSF, parliament instituted a committee to take on the investigations headed by Mbarara City South legislator Mwine Mpaka.

The committee kicked off with the tasks and several NSSF bosses came in to answer some questions including former MD Byarugaba and Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development Betty Amongi who declined Prime Minister Robinnah Nabbanja’s directive to re-appoint him.

According to Amongi, Byarugaba was awaiting an investigation into his management issues of the board before he can be re-appointed to the country’s biggest fund.

However, as top bosses were engaged in a question and answer session from the Mwine Mpaka led committee, there’s this top boss who happens to be the head of business at the fund named Geoffrey Sajjabi.


According to the committee, Geofrey Sajjabi employed Sarah Sajjabi who is his sister, Joel Muganza who is his brother-in-law, Amanda Acheng who is his niece and Ian Lumonya who is his nephew.

In a video making rounds on social media, shocked with the confession of Geofrey Sajjabi, the committee questions how all these managed to be employed by NSSF and in the department of their relative.

Is it a coincidence that you have all these family members and relatives in your department and they went through a normal recruitment process?. Head of Human Resource that relatives of the head of department are the one’s who qualified and performed better during interviews?- questions a committee member.

This has since exposed the rot at the National Social Security Fund following bickering and pin pointing of fingers at each other by the top bosses who have been going to parliament to answer queries.

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