Fred Enanga Spokes person Uganda Police addressing a press briefing.

Police is still following up on deported MTN employees

By Robert Segawa

The Uganda police revealed that they are following up on some individuals from MTN Telecommunication company who had a hand in destabilizing the security of the country.

This was after the deportation of the three MTN bosses who included an Italian, a French and a Rwandan nationals last week by security and immigration.

According to the statement that was released by MTN Uganda last week the three officials were intercepted by government agencies on different days before being deported to their home countries.

Olivier Prentout, a former MTN Chief marketing officer was arrested by plain clothed operatives on Saturday 19th January 2019 upon arrival from a business trip abroad.

While Annie Bilenge Tabula the former Head of sales and Distribution was picked on Monday morning 21st January 2019 by unidentified security personnel upon arrival at MTN headquarters office in Kololo central business of Kampala and whisked her away before deported back to Rwanda.

Intelligence also shows that Elza Muzolini 34 years, former general manager mobile financial services at MTN Uganda has also been deported from Uganda on Tuesday by security agencies on compromising of national security

The three were deported in coordination with immigration offices after a thoroughly monitoring on their acts.

Addressing the press today at CPS Kampala the police spokesperson, Fred Enanga said that they are still following up these individuals through investigation and interrogations such that the country remains peaceful.

He warns the section of the media and members of the public who use social media to desist from coming up with allegations that there is an indifference in relationship between Rwanda and Uganda.

He adds that the security agencies will continue to investigate and monitor all individuals who are deemed to be a threat to our prevailing peace and stability.