Ugandan Authorities Expels Two Foreign Nationals for Nefarious actions

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Ugandan security agencies have deported two nationals, one French and the other Rwandese, for allegedly engaging in activities that may comprise the country’s national security, police said on Tuesday.

A police statement issued here said the two were using their employment at one of the country’s major telecommunication companies to achieve their ill motives. The deportation of the two foreigners, who were using their employment as tools to achieve their ill motives, has enabled the country to disrupt their intended plans of compromising the national security, the police statement said.

“We urge members of the public to remain alert and continue helping the police and its sister security agencies by reporting any suspicious activity,” the police added. Local media reported that the two who were working for MTN Uganda were arrested on Monday. The police statement did not give details on what subversive activities the two were engaged in.

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