AIM Global Red-flagged Over Human Trafficking, Fraud |

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Kampala – Government of Uganda has red-flagged Alliance in Motion Global, a multi-level networking and marketing company over allegations of fraud and human trafficking.

The company which was registered in Uganda eight years ago, is said to have its roots in the Philippines. In Uganda, it operates from Mabirizi Complex in Kampala city as a distributor of nutritional supplements manufactured by Nature’s Way from the US. The supplements include Alkaline Coffee, MyChocco, a chocolate drink for children, and Liven 24/7 among others.

It also operates a Ponzi scheme dealing in food supplements. Under the arrangement, they claim that one gains points by recruiting others to join the business as one of the measures to open doors of opportunity and prosperity and empowering distributors to achieve financial independence and economic stability.

But Agnes Igoye, the deputy national coordinator of the trafficking in…

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