SGA security guard steals UGX 100m and $2000 from Stanbic bank safe

SGA security guard steals UGX 100m and $2000 from Stanbic bank safe

There was mayhem at Security Group Africa (SGA) Uganda Limited after a security guard disappeared with staggering UGX 100m and $2000 (Approximately 7.3m) for Stanbic bank.

The guard identified as Steven Muhereza who was part of the crew to reload Stanbic bank ATM took advantage of loopholes in his employer to steal the money.

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The incident happened on Thursday 12th April at Kisenyi Stanbic ATM branch.

Due to shortage of man power by the company trying to cut cost, the car had only two people driver and car commander yet it’s supposed to be having 4 occupants.

As his colleague left to load ATM, Steven took advantage and pick 100m and $2000 from the safe that was left open.

He left the gun inside the car.

After the incident, the security group replaced the money without Stanbic Bank’s knowledge.

The case was registered at Central Police Station Kampala.

Dacha Ahenda, the company’s Managing Director when contacted didn’t confirm or deny the incident and simply said he has no comment about it.

We tried to contact Stanbic Bank head of operation Patricia but she didn’t pick our calls nor reply our messages.

Due to shortage of man power and increased loopholes in service, SGA has been losing big clients.

Sources say dfcu, Stanbic partly, Shoprite, Diamond Trust, and so many other big companies have parted ways with them.

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