The police arrested two individuals suspected of money counterfeiting, particularly the LE20 and LE100 banknotes.
Public Prosecutor Nabil Sadeq referred to Cairo Criminal Court five defendants charged with committing larceny and forgery to unlawfully acquire buildings possessed by the Ministry of Interior in Cairo's Shubra neighborhood.
The two persons had been using innovative means and modern technology in issuing forged documents.
In May, Egypt’s Attorney General referred the 40 defendants to the Criminal court on charges of human trafficking and Smuggling of migrants.
The minister thanked Egypt’s Ambassador to Uganda Tarek Sallam for his efforts to resolve the situation.
The 14 detainees refused to unveil the identity of individual(s) involved in providing them with the fake documents, according to the Ugandan authorities.
The defendants have been smuggling Egyptians and refugees from other countries in the region into 14 European countries, the United States, and Canada.
The three former officials face charges related to facilitating the theft of public funds, forging, generating illicit profits for others, and misusing powers.
Okasha was arrested early May and sent for one-year in prison and LE5,000 fine.
A critic of Paul Kagame asked him to free her and her detained mother, sister as she stood in court on Monday charged with forgery and inciting insurrection.
Director of Police Criminal Investigation of Sadat City, Menoufia governorate, Mahmoud Abd El Maksoud was sentenced.