By Website writer
Two Employees of MTN Uganda have been deported for compromising National Security.
According to a press release by Uganda Police, the deported are Olivier Prentout, a French National and Annie Tabura, a Rwandan National.
“This is to inform the general public that security agencies in close coordination with immigration officials have been investigating two Foreign Nationals working with a leading Mobile Telecom Company over their engagements in acts which compromise National Security.
“The two Foreign Nationals include; Olivier Prentout, a French National and Annie Tabura, a Rwandan National,” reads the statement signed by Police Deputy Spokesperson, Polly Namaye.
The statement further reads that;
“We want to commend the Directorate of Immigration and citizenship control for strengthening the screening procedures at all border points.
“We strongly believe that the deportation of the two foreigners, who were using their employment as tools to achieve their ill motives, has enabled us disrupt their intended plans of compromising our national security.
“We urge members of the public to remain alert and continue helping the police and its sister security agencies by reporting any suspicious activity.”
This website understands that Olivier Prentout was the Chief Marketing Officer while Annie Tabura served as the Manager for sales and distribution