New Vision on January 14, 2012 released the following:
“By Steven Candia
The International Police (Interpol) has issued a red notice for a Miss Uganda contestant in the Netherlands, Kyembabazi Gloria in connection with a raft of crimes.
An Interpol Red Notice is “the closest instrument to an international arrest warrant in use today. It is issued by Interpol at the request of a member country and distributed to all member countries.
In a statement posted on its site, the world’s largest international police said, Kyembabazi is wanted in connection with crimes ranging from fraud, Counterfeiting/forgery, Thefts to crimes against children.
Interpol also issued red notices for two other foreigners– John Mochama, a Kenyan and Jabir Noor Ali, Somali national but in connection with crimes committed in Uganda.
While Mochama is wanted for numerous offences of counterfeiting/forgery, Ali is wanted in connection with terrorism and Life and health.
Two of the notices–for Kyembabazi and Ali were issued by Interpol following arrest warrant being issued by the Nakawa Chief Magistrates court while the one for Mochama was issued by Buganda Road court.
When contacted over the notices deputy police spokesperson Judith Nabakooba said she needed to cross check with the local Interpol office. “I will need to contact Interpol to verify,” Nabakooba said.
Kyembabazi, whose real names other sources say is Grace Mugisha in December 2009 reportedly contested for the Miss Uganda crown in Netherlands as the Ugandan community there celebrated the end of year at Daalwijk 100A in Amsterdam South East.”
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