President Yoweri Museveni has orded the Immigration Department to remove MTN Uganda chief executive officer, Wim Vanhelleputte, from the Stop List. Vanhelleputte was deported in February over allegations of undermining state security.
Deported MTN Boss Returns to Uganda After Presidential Pardon
Monitor, 30 May 2019
President Museveni has pardoned deported MTN Uganda chief executive officer Wim Vanhelleputte and ordered the Immigration Department to remove him from the Stop List. Read more »
The surprise return of Vanhelleputte is likely to put security chiefs on the spot, after separate investigations exonerated him.
Inside the Crisis at MTN Uganda
Monitor, 16 February 2019
The saga involving government and MTN Uganda bigwigs, which has been unfolding for months, appears to have reached a climax on Thursday night with the deportation of the telecom's… Read more »
Government Defends Self On MTN Boss Deportation
Monitor, 12 April 2019
Government yesterday defended its decision to deport MTN former Uganda Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Read more »
MTN Uganda's Chief Technical Officer Gordian Kyomukama has been appointed as the Acting-CEO following Wim Vanhelleputte's deportation to Belguim. MTN has said it has not been ... Read more »
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