URA intercepts Kenyan truck trafficking two men in boxes
- Written by URN
The Uganda Revenue Authority has today morning intercepted a Kenyan registered truck at Busia border smuggling two people in boxes into Uganda. URA says the truck registration number KCT 230T reached Busia border at midnight and went through the scanner at Busia customs One Stop Border Post.
“On scanning the truck, the image showed wooden boxes packed in the truck. However, the officer at the scanner proceeded to the truck with policemen and had the truck opened. As the image revealed, two individuals were found concealed in the boxes,” the tax body said in a statement.
The tax body has not revealed the nationalities of the individuals found in boxes but said they would be handed over to the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) and to the immigration department.
The smuggling of human beings, while not new, calls for increased security risk alertness for the country. The individuals found in the truck have not said where they were heading and what they wanted. But their arrest comes just a day after the US embassy in Uganda issued a security alert to its USA citizens in Uganda, noting that there were rumours of planned attacks.
“There are rumours of impending attacks in areas frequented by expats within East Africa, including Uganda. The embassy has no substantiating evidence of the threat or information on the timing, but nonetheless warns citizens to take the precaution,” the embassy said.
What a joker! There are many illegal aliens (pretending to be investors) in Uganda than some of it's neighbors.
Imagine being transported in a container to Uganda.
BE VIGILANT, IDENTIFY ALL THESE UNDESIRABLES NOW AND DEPORT THEM IMMEDIATELY!
It is no longer a question of getting infiltrated, but a composite group of aliens wanting to grab the country out of the hands of Ugandans at all cost.
The day we Ugandans will wake up, it will be too late to be considered true citizens of Uganda but second class citizens. After all they are now so many in every town, controlling commerce and finance, while sending Ugandans to live in down towns.