Government has vowed not to allow foreigners to destabilize the Pearl of Africa.
This follows the incident that involved two foreigners accused of paving way for the rise of Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine to fame leaving the country under mysterious circumstances.
Anne Whitehead of Canadian decent and former public relations manager for Bobi Wine as well as Jackie Wolfson, the founder of Shule Foundation, a non-profit organization headquartered in the United States, each left their stations without unrealistically.
According to government, the two foreigners were accused of using their different offices to fund Bobi Wine in disguise of doing Charity.
Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo claims that Wolfson was arrested over the weekend and later deported by authorities aboard a KLM flight.
“Jackie Wolfson of the Shule Foundation was arrested on the weekend & deported by the Ugandan authorities via a KLM flight out of Entebbe at 11.45pm on Sunday on the baseless accusations of using her NGO to fund @HEBobiwine & people power. Paperwork we signed before her arrest,” he said.
Ofwono Opondo Executive Director, Uganda Media Centre said that Jacqueline Wolfson holding a tourist visa, but passing as a charity giver under #ShuleFoundation has been removed from Uganda for violation of immigration laws. Further, there is no record at immigration that Jacqueline Wolfson has ever applied for a work permit since 2014 when she has been visiting Uganda” –