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17:06
17:06

Money Laundering: Uganda Has Weeks to Survive the Blacklist

As of the end of March, Iran and North Korea are the only countries on the blacklist, while the grey list has 24, including six African countries alongside Uganda. The others are Burkina Faso, Mali, Morocco, South Sudan and Zimbabwe.
17:57
17:57

DPP Withdraws Appeal in Lawyer Paul Wanyoto Case Money Laundering 1

The notice communicating the withdraw of the appeal against Wanyoto and businessman Mugisha Patrick alias Allan Kantu was tendered on Thursday before a panel of three Court of Appeal Justices comprised of Lady Justice , Elizabeth Musoke , Catherine Bamugemereire and Steven Musota
19:32
19:32

DPP Withdraws Charges Against Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo Chapter four Uganda 1

Opiyo had been accused of fraudulently receiving a sum of USD 340,000 (1.2 billion Shillings) through the Chapter Four Uganda, account in Stanbic Bank. The state said that the money was proceeds of crime. Prior to being arraigned in the court, Opiyo had been arrested by security operatives from Kamokya, in the outskirts of Kampala.
23:24
23:24

Court Orders DPP to Commit Lawyer Opiyo for Trial Chapter four Uganda 1

However, the DPP through State Attorney Stephen Ariong opposed Opiyo's application relying on an affidavit of Stanley Baine who argued that due to COVID-19 pandemic coupled with the nation wide lockdown, it slowed down the movement of investigators in gathering vital evidence.
19:02
19:02

DPP Asked to Expedite Investigations into Nicholas Opio's Money Laundering Case Chapter Four Uganda 1

Grade one Magistrate Moses Nabende on Monday directed the DPP after the State Attorney Steven Ariong informed court that investigations were incomplete and needed more time to finalise them.
14:18
14:18

Human Rights Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo Granted Bail Money Laundering 2 1 Top story

Opiyo, the executive director of Chapter Four Uganda, a human rights organization was arrested last week, Tuesday with two others from a restaurant in Kampala, on allegations of laundering. The arrest was in relation to a sum of USD 340,000 (1.2 billion Shillings) which was channelled through an account in ABSA Bank.
18:32
18:32

Ministry of Works Principal Engineer, Wife Granted Bail illicit enrichment 2

The head of Anti-Corruption Court, Justice Lawrence Gidudu granted cash bail of 10 million shillings each and their sureties have executed a bond of shillings 100 million, not cash.
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