Uganda Police spokeswoman, Judith Nabakooba on Tuesday released a statement to the press on the on-going investigations in the pension scam.
“Following intensive investigations and the evidences that we have so far gathered since the commencement of this probe in the pension scam, we have decided to put a caveat on all properties and freeze all bank accounts of the suspects in this fraud.”
“The suspects are Christopher Obey, David Oloka, Steven Lwanga, and Isaac Sentongo of Cairo Bank. The companies are Continental Financial International Limited, Ugafin, Leads Insurance Company Limited, Kagera Rice and Kagera Gaming, and Swift Commercial Establishment.”
The statement also warned the general public to cease any dealings with the above mention suspects or any of the companies during this period of investigations. “Whoever deals with these companies will be doing so at his or her own risk,” it read.
All bank accounts of the suspects and their properties are under investigations, we would like to warn the general public not to transact any business with them
The public is requested to assist the Police in their investigations. “Anyone with information that can lead us to successful prosecution of these suspects to bring it in confidence to CIID Headquarters, Kibuli or Special Investigation Unit, Kireka.”