A Mossad agent has staked a $2000 reward for whoever can recover his mobile phone which was stolen on Sunday at the Roast and Rhymes in Munyonyo, Kampala.

Israel PM Netenyahu was in Uganda last month

For starters, Mossad is an institute for Intelligence and Special Operations” for the Israeli government.
It is the national intelligence agency of Israel.

It is responsible for intelligence collection, covert operations, and counterterrorism.

Mossad is separate from Israel’s democratic institutions. Because no law defines its purpose, objectives, roles, missions, powers or budget and because it is exempt from the constitutional laws of the State of Israel, it has been described as a deep state.

Its director answers directly and only to the Prime Minister, and has an annual budget of US$2.73 billion.

Last month (February), the powerful Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Uganda for a one-day visit.

“I am setting out for another visit to Africa, my fifth in three and a half years,” Netanyahu was quoted by local media before taking off from Tel Aviv for Uganda.

“Israel is making a big

return to Africa, and Africa has already returned to Israel. These are important ties politically, economically and in terms of security,” he said, adding that he hopes to have good news upon his return.

And since the talks, members of the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad, have been in Uganda carrying out covert operations, mainly at State House.

And last Sunday, the reggae loving commandos took time off their official schedules to catch up with Kampala’s social life.
Unfortunately, as they partied and made merry at the Roast and Rhymes social event, one of them only identified as Itzarr lost his expensive LG phone.

On realization, music was forcefully stopped as a search for the intelligence gadget was conducted, but in vain.
A reward of $2000 for wheoever found it, sti yielded nothing.

And now we are told the Israeli commandos are in untold panic, fearing some of their secrets might leak.

According to our source, the Mossad agents have been conducting their work at State House and there’s fear among top Uganda security gurus that the phone could contain exclusive State House secrets.

We hear since Sunday, security has diverted most attention to finding the phone.
“Finding the phone is the number one priority now,” tge source assured us.


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