Ugandan authorities apprehend Rwandans in a passenger bus

By Alex Muhumuza.

Uganda’s Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) in the evening of Tuesday, 5th February, working together with Internal Security Organisation (ISO) and Uganda Immigration stopped a Jaguar company bus that was travelling from Rwanda to Kampala and took a group of Rwandan travellers out of the vehicle.

According to our sources, these people had transited through the Cyanika Border Post and were cleared by Uganda immigration to proceed on their journey. This news website learnt that the group of Rwandans then were later transferred to Kisoro Police Station.

The security agencies as usual did not tell the Rwandan travellers what they arrested them for, according to more reliable sources.

We were able to get the names of seven of them. They are: Dusabirema Paulina, Niyonteza Jean de Dieu, Mugisha Bategejo Christopher, Umuhire Joselina, Imanishimwe Boaz, Niyitegeka Gilbert and Kilangama David Matayo.

This still is a developing story and we’ll bring you more details as they become available.