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China kills 2 Ugandans over drug trafficking
Publish Date: Jul 01, 2014
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 By Vision Reporter

China has killed two Ugandans for trafficking drugs.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has named the deceased as Omar Damulira and Ham Ngobi.


“The ministry notes with concern with concern, the growing tendency of some Ugandans travelling abroad who indulge themselves in criminal activities such as drugs and human trafficking,” foreign affairs spokesperson, Fred Opolot, said in a statement.

“The ministry wishes to emphasize that such action are criminal and attract punitive measures including death,” he added.

The ministry has urged Ugandans travelling abroad not indulge themselves in such crimes.



 

 

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