A parliamentary investigation into misappropriated money in Uganda, involving the 2007 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm), has called for the vice-president and several ministers to be prosecuted.
The accusations centre on government contracts awarded for transporting heads of state at Chogm, the budget for which was around $US80 million.
The BBC reports that the vice-president, Gilbert Bukenya, who chaired the cabinet team in charge of preparations for the event, was called before a parliamentary committee investigating the expenditure but refused to attend.
He had previously said that contracts were signed in consultation with President Yoweri Museveni - who has immunity from prosecution.
Details from a 174-page draft report have been published by Uganda's two main newspapers, the Daily Monitor and New Vision.
Commonwealth members at the meeting pledged to fight corruption.