SHULE Foundation CEO Wolfson deported, accused of funding Bobi Wine

Ugandan Authorities have confirmed the deportation of Jacqueline Wolfson after being accused of funding Afro-beat star-cum-politician MP Bobi Wine

The deportation of Wolfson arose after a controversial article that was titled as “Understanding The Foreign Hand In Bobi Wine’s Rise And Politics” that cited her as “a calculating political operative and lobbyist”.

Jacqueline and Bobi Wine chilling

The confirmation of her deportation came just a few days following rumors that suggested she had fled the country without anyone’s knowledge.

Wolfson is the founder of Shule Foundation an NGO  helping Ugandan street kids by funding their education.

The Ugandan Authorities furthermore revealed that Wolfson violated the immigration laws since she holds a tourist visa, and at the same time was cited “passing as a charity giver”. 

Jacqueline posing with street kids

The government spokesperson Mr Ofwono Opondo, however, maintained that Wolfson has no record at the immigration that permits her to work in Uganda.

There is no record at the immigration that Jacqueline Wolfson has ever applied for a work permit since 2014 when she has been visiting Uganda.

Ofwono Opondo

Wolfson rose to fame in Uganda since Bobi Wine won the Kyadondo East MP seat and was cited as one of the silent women behind his landslide victory but kept her a low profile.

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