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Court chaired by Col. Geoffrey Mujuni sentenced Bob aged 37 to 15 years in jail after he pleaded guilty to have killed Malwa Moses on September 16, 2013.
Prosecution led by Lt. Alex Mukhwana told court that on the fateful day, RA 131005 CPL Bob Eliot picked a quarrel with one Shabban and Moses Malwa at a drinking spree before he ran to the home of his master and picked an SMG gun.
Prosecution further told court that on his way back to the trading centre, the convict met the deceased and shot him on leg and chest killing him instantly.
He left the body in the middle of the road lying in a pool of blood and went home.
Passing his judgment, Col Mujuni said the act was horrible and hurting.
He sentenced Eliot to 15 years in imprison to serve as deterrent to the others who would be offenders.
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The MTN Chief Marketing Officer, Ernst Fonternel said, “Network downtime for Enterprises usually results in significant revenue losses, but this can be avoided by using MTN’s Connectivity to ensure that Customers and their Businesses are never offline”.
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As part of its deliberate investments to ensure reliability in service, MTN Uganda has consistently invested in its Network rollout and Infrastructure development to ensure that its customers are able to enjoy a seamless service; both MTN voice and data services.
In February 2013, MTN officially commissioned its Fibre network at Katuna Border in Kabale district.
The commissioning of the fibre at Katuna was a major development which has had a positive impact on Uganda’s ICT Roadmap.
This landmark development was the first terrestrial link to Rwanda that was earmarked to greatly lower cost and significantly improve quality of communications services in the region.
It has since substantially improved the connectivity with neighbouring countries and the world by connecting Uganda to an additional submarine cable SAT-3 to Rwanda via the Tanzania route from Dar es Salaam.
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This important development is in line with MTN Uganda’s commitment of leading innovation in the market and in the region as a whole.
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Fonternel said “In 2013, MTN Uganda was the first in the market to introduce WiFi Hotspots, 42Mbps and 4G LTE. We also provide our customers with 15MB worth of Free Internet every month and we are constantly reaching out to our customers through various activations and great device deals”.
In terms of Network Infrastructure, MTN continues to lead the way in terms of investment and its commitment to development of the ICT sector.
MTN has secured $60m as additional investment in 2014 to expand its Infrastructure and Services and this will be added to the $150m invested during the last 2 years.
MTN Uganda launched its Mobile Network operations in 1998 and since inception MTN’s cumulative investment has been in excess of Shs 1.7tn.
In 2013, the company injected more than Shs 140bn in upgrading the Network infrastructure and adding another 400Km of national fibre.
By December 2013, MTN Uganda’s total Fibre infrastructure exceeded 3,200km.