City Business Man Shumuk  Arrested Over Forgery

City Business Man Shumuk  Arrested Over Forgery

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By Ronaldo Kalangi

Police detectives from CID headquarters have arrested business man Mukesh Shukla, the proprietor of Shumuk Group of Companies for forging Chief Justice Bart Katureebe’s signature that he used to steal Boney Katatumba’s properties.

CIID spokesperson Vicent Ssekate confirmed Mukesh’s arrest and said the business man is currently detained at Jinja road police station for safe custody.

“He is expected to appear at Buganda Road Court at 9am Tuesday, 20th November 2018 on case Numbers CID HQ GEF 1089/2017, Fogery CID HQ LPPU GEF 189/2017, threatening Violence and Stealing Titles,”he said.

Before his arrest, High court judge Wilson Masalu Musene had been trying suspects accused of dealing with Shumuk to forge Chief Justice Bart Katureebe’s signature.

Prosecution alleges that Joseph Nabasa, Martin Matovu, 45, and Saleh Luzinda with others still at large on April 16, 2015 obtained over Shs 437m from Mukesh Sukla, the Executive Director of Shumuk Group of Companies, falsely pretending to have been sent by the Chief Justice.

It is further alleged in the same period that the duo, knowingly and fraudulently uttered a false document dated April 16, 2015 reference CJ/Misc 28 directing the official hand over of Hotel Diplomat  to Mr Mukesh Shukla.

The accused are also under fire for reportedly forging a letter dated  November 11,2015 with reference 3H/INV/11/13 purporting to have been issued from State  House to Mr Shukla of Shumuk group of companies by Mary Amajo, the Principal Private Secretary to the President.

Under this background that CID detectives from Kibuli had to zero on Shumuk who was the main dealer.

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