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Turkish Ambassador Decries Fake Turkish Investors

Kerem explained that the same people he didn’t name tried to assassinate President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in 2016 and overthrow his government. He advised government and all Ugandans to consult the Turkish embassy in Kampala if they receive any Turkish organization they are not sure of.
Turkish Ambassador Kerem Fikret speaks at Entebbe Municipal Council Head Quaters

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The Turkish Ambassador to Uganda, Fikret Kerem has decried the influx of fake Turkish investors to Uganda with intentions of undermining the integrity of his country’s Presidency and Ankara government.  

  He disclosed this while addressing Muslim leaders at Entebbe Municipal council offices on Thursday morning. 

He asked Ugandan security to take note and screen all Turkish Non-Government Organizations entering the country under the guise of offering medical and education services yet they intention is to strategize in Uganda to launch attacks on his government.  

Kerem explained that the same people he didn’t name tried to assassinate President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in 2016 and overthrow his government. 

He advised government and all Ugandans to consult the Turkish embassy in Kampala if they receive any Turkish organization they are not sure of.  

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He explained that both Uganda and Turkey being in war torn areas host a large number of refuges, which poses several security threats. 

Well as it is an act of compassion, Kerem says there is need for both countries to bond on what binds them together to save humanity in the whole world.

 

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Turkey runs five non-government organizations in Uganda, two of which do charity work while the rest are immensely involved in service delivery. 

The Embassy also offers up to 300 scholarships to Ugandan to study in different fields especially medicine and surgery in Turkey.

 

The Entebbe municipal Mayor, Vincent Kayanja De Paul called for further cooperation between Turkey and Uganda in areas of service delivery, education and development.    

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