By Our Reporter
Several Ugandans are furious after learning that although the ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development suspended the license of Middle East Consultants, the company is allegedly still illegally operating and exporting more Ugandans into slavery in Arabia.
Various sections of the media, including this Website, reported a few days back that the Gender ministry had suspended Middle East Consultants’ license and barred the company from labour exportation, due to fraud, receiving money by false pretence, selling Ugandans into slavery, flouting labour exportation regulations, among other offences.
However, several Ugandans got infuriated today after learning that the company is allegedly still operating illegally by selling more Ugandans into slavery.
The development came after Middle East Consultants posted on their Facebook wall thus; “Earlier today, we flagged off a team of our female candidates who are going to work under a two year working visa in Saudi Arabia.
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The announcement however angered several Ugandans and many of them replied by blasting the Company for hoodwinking Ugandans with old photos of some of their victims, with intent to defraud more victims into their dubious operations.
Here below are some of the comments from furious Ugandans: Alex Olishaba: Stop deceiving innocent Ugandans you we’re closed and you people have a lot of cases to answer in courts of laws and many at police go to Kabalagala police station and see
Tumwesigye Jordin: I heard you guys of middle East were sealed off by government
Josh Mutale:Just trying your public relations I guess. But just know the bad news went more viral. Tubamanyi Kati.
Mosh Ibrahim: This company is fraud – one day it is closed next day it is operating under ground
Yubu Noret: When the viral bad news happened, I expected Middle East to post about it. U got rotten but still u put on clean clothes.
David Ntambi: Are they still operating bannange? I heard nti baabajako licence mbu baffere naye lwakuba ne bannauganda abamu emitwe mifu they will continue going there.