The CEO of Uganda’s leading Telecommunications company, MTN Uganda, Mr Wim Vanhellputte was on Thursday evening deported from Uganda over security concerns.
According to Daily Monitor, the deportation of Mr Wim and other MTN executives is related to allegations of funding the increasingly popular musician and MP, Bobi Wine.
MTN Uganda has been on several occasions under investigations for alleged transfer of undisclosed amount of funds to the Kyadondo East MP, which the government believes could incite violence.
For a meantime, MTN’s chief technology officer, Mr Kyomukama Gordon was on Friday assigned as the acting CEO.
According to the letter written by Internal Affairs Minister, Gen Jeje Odongo, Mr Wim is to stay outside the country for unspecified period of time.
One of the deported MTN Uganda executives, Mrs Mussolini said she was forced to leave the country for allegedly inducing illegal activities by supporting Robert Kyagulanyi financially.
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