The CEO of MTN’s Ugandan business, Wim Vanhelleputte, was deported to Belgium on Thursday.

The cellphone network confirmed via Twitter that a report on the website of Ugandan newspaper Daily Monitor that said internal affairs minister Gen Jeje Odongo had ordered Vanhelleputte to leave the country indefinitely. “To ensure business continuity, we have appointed Mr Gordian Kyomukama, currently chief technology officer, as acting CE. Our focus continues to be on delivering the best quality products and services to our customers,” MTN Uganda said in a subsequent tweet...

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