Yes. However, this can affect our ability to deal with the information. For example, we will not be able to contact you to verify or check any facts. Nor will we be able to contact you to advise you of what action the ACU may be taking.
Can I tell others that I have reported a matter to the ACU?
The ACU cannot prevent you from reporting matters to others, however this is not advisable. It may affect the ability of the ACU to take any necessary steps.
Can someone gain access to material I have provided to the ACU?
No. The ACU’s complaint-handling function exhibits the greatest standard of confidentiality. You can have the most assurance that all the information shared with us is breach-proof.
How do I report a matter?
<p>The ACU accepts complaints from the general public and from public officials in the following forms:</p>
<p><strong>USE YOUR PHONE</strong><br />CALL US: 0800 202 500<br />WHATSAPP: 0778 202 500<br />SMS: 0778 202 500<br />Twitter: @...
How does corruption manifest?
Corruption commonly manifests as:
Bribery, Fraud, Embezzlement, Abuse of office, Conflict of interest and bid rigging in public procurement
How will I find out what has happened with my complaint?
In the event you share your contact details. You will be notified in writing of the ACU’s decision after the matter has been reported to the Assessment Panel.
Museveni Announces the Return of Ironlady Maj Nakalema
Nov. 6, 2018
“My officer, Maj Nakalema, who has been away on a course, has returned. Send information about corruption on her number,” said Museveni.
Nakalema left State House in the midst of a heated power struggle at State House that saw several...
The Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) is a one-stop-center specialized office under State House whose function is to receive corruption information from Ugandan citizens over a secure and confidential online platform.
Anti - Corruption Unit
4th floor president's office.
P.O. Box 25497,
Tel: 0800 202 500