The truth behind 134 Uganda Revenue Authority job opportunities

The truth behind 134 Uganda Revenue Authority job opportunities
Screen shot of the edited post on the URA Website that carried the 134 job opportunities.
Screen shot of the edited post on the URA Website that carried the 134 job opportunities.

The Campus Times has been running a post advertising 134 Job opportunities at Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) which URA is calling a scam.

The truth is that these jobs appeared on the website of URA.

Here is the link of the Google cache that shows that the jobs were actually posted on the URA website on September 20th, 2015

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?

q=cache:oc7CtBICxOQJ:https://careers.ura.go.ug/Default/Opportunities+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk

Full screen shot of the 134 jobs that appeared on the URA website before it was edited.
The Full screen shot of the 134 jobs that appeared on the URA website before it was edited.

The Campus Times as a responsible media house that is mindful about unemployment in Uganda could not fail to share the good news about these job opportunities.

Screen shot of the Google catch showing that the jobs were on URA website.
Screen shot of the Google catch showing that the jobs were on URA website.

But we are wondering why URA is saying this is a scam yet they know these jobs appeared on their website. How did the jobs appear on the URA website? The website and communication officials need to explain this anomaly.

The statement on the URA website denouncing the 134 jobs reads in part…….”This is to bring to your attention that there is a SCAM URA ADVERT spreading on social media and on the site called “Campus Times” with 134 vacancies…..”

Surprisingly Uganda Revenue Authority even went ahead to edit the web page where the jobs were first published on their website forgetting that Google cache that tracks the history of websites exists.

Please, can someone responsible at Uganda Revenue Authority explain what is happening??

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