(From The Monitor (Uganda) - AAGM)
Byline: Alex B. Atuhaire
Newly appointed minister for Presidency Kirunda Kivejinja has said his resignation from Cabinet in June 1997 was not out of guilt.
"There was an allegation against me and I resigned to pave way for a genuine inquiry," Mr Kivejinja said in an exclusive interview at his Development House office in Kampala yesterday. "I never accepted guilt.
I resigned because I wanted to set standards for public leaders that if there is an allegation against you, the best way is to leave office and provide for investigation."
Mr Kivejinja resigned in the wake of moves by the then …