Not Jim Muhwezi Again! Minister ‘Muhwezi’s’ Russian Firm Hired To Install GPS Devices In Vehicles Filed For Bankruptcy

Not Jim Muhwezi Again! Minister ‘Muhwezi’s’ Russian Firm Hired To Install GPS Devices In Vehicles Filed For Bankruptcy an accessible web community

By Spy Uganda

Kampala: Joint stock Global Security Company, a Russian firm which Minister of Security, Gen Jim Muhwezi hired on behalf of government to install high tech digital tracking devices in all vehicles and motorcycles in Uganda filed for bankruptcy last year, according to court documents seen by TheSy Uganda.

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Ugandan Government and Joint Stock Company Global Security inked an agreement this week, with permanent secretaries for ministry of Works Bageya Waiswa and ministry for Presidency Yunus Kakande signing on behalf on the country’s behalf while Security minister, Gen Jim Muhwezi witnessed the signing.

According to Court Documents seen by this website, Joint Stock Company Global Security was sued by LLC “Rus Prom-Technologies” another Russian company that wants it declared bankrupt.

The case was filed in the Arbitration Court of City of Moscow on September 17th 2020 and accepted on October 20th 2020.

“On September 17, 2020, the Moscow Arbitration Court received an application from Rus-Prom-Technology on the recognition as insolvent (bankrupt) of JSC Global Security,” a ruling by the Arbitration Court of City of Moscow dated 20th October 2020 says.

“Having considered the received application and the documents attached to it, the court considers them sufficient for the acceptance of the application for hearing.”

Though the case was accepted for hearing, the hearing sessions have been postponed several times as Global Security fight to pay the debt it owes Rus-Prom-Technology.

In another case filed in March 2019, Rus-Prom-Technology had sued Global Security for failure to pay 16.6 million rubles (Russia currency) – about $220,000. And Rus-Prom-Technology won the case.

After winning the case, Rus-Prom-Technology proceeded to file a case in which it wants Global Security declared bankrupt.

For Global Security to fight off bankruptcy, court has ordered it to pay Rus-Prom-Technology.

“The debtor’s representative petitioned to postpone the hearing for debt repayment, the applicant’s representative did not object to the request,” a ruling dated 30th June 2021 reads. “Having considered the petition to postpone the hearing, having studied the materials of the case, the court concludes that the stated request is well-founded.”

Court in March further directed Global Security to produce evidence of debt repayment during the next court session scheduled for September 3rd 2021. Global Security is facing other debt litigations in Russia.

Stok-Trading LLC sued it for a debt of 1.2 million rubles which is about $16,260, Jsc Royal Silk Factory sued the company for a debt of 19.9 million rubles ($270,000), Turday GS sro Slovak Republic sued the company for a debt of 6.1 million rubles ($82,655), JSC ZVI sued the company thrice; first for a debt of 23 million rubles (about $300,000) then a debt of 10 million rubles (about $135,500) and 4.6 million rubles (about $62,330).

Global Security has also been sued by Limited Liability Partnership “Orken Alem” for a debt of 8.5 million rubles (about $ 115,175) and Gu Main Department of the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation for failure to pay 10,000 rubles (about $135) and 455,00 rubles (about $600). All these cases were filed between 2019 and July 2021.

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