Two Foreign Nationals Including Rwandan Deported for Compromising National Security

Security agencies have deported two foreign nationals including one of Rwandan origin for ‘compromising’ the country’s national security.

According to Police Deputy PRO Polly Namaye, two foreign nationals include; Oliver Prentout, a French national and Annie Tabura, a Rwandan national.

In a press release dated January 22, 2019, Namaye said that security agencies in close coordination with immigration officials have been investigating these two who work with MTN, a leading Mobile Telecom Company over their engagements in acts which compromise National Security.

“We want to commend the Directorate of Immigration and citizenship control for strengthening the screening procedures at all border points. We strongly believe that deportation of two foreigners, who were using their employment as a tool to achieve their ill motives, has enabled us disrupt their intended plans of compromising out national security,” Namaye said.

She urged the members of the public to remain alert and continue helping the police and its sister agencies by reporting any suspicious activity.  

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