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President Kagame Deports Three Ugandan Business Men Over Spying

President Paul Kagame has deported 3 Ugandan business men, accusing them of spying for Uganda and interfering with the country’s security and involving in illegal trading.

According to the deportation document signed by Regis Gatarayiha the Director General   and seen by Spyreports,  the three deported Ugandans have been identified as Ivan Niringyimana a resident of Kisoro district, Bufumbira West county, in Cyahi sub county in Gahuru Village,  Beatha Nyiramuco a resident of Kisoro district, Bukingo county, Busamba sub county in Basamba village   and Nicolas Tumwesigye a resident of kabala district , in Butanda county in Bugaga sub county in Rutale village.

The deported Ugandans have been doing business in Kigali town for a longtime but Rwandan Security arrested and detained them two weeks back.

“We can’t stay with such people who are spying for other country,” says Regis Gatarayiha director general Immigration Rwanda. He added that Rwanda and Uganda have problems which are yet to be solved.

Regis adds that deported Ugandans were spying for Ugandan government and involving themselves in illegal trading Recently Uganda government also deported 32 Rwandans, accusing them of illegally entering the country.

Last Month Rwandan officials failed to come and implement the Memorandum of Understanding signed by President Museveni and his counterpart Kagame in Angola two months back to end the tension between the two countries will hold its first meeting in Kigali on Monday.

On the 21st August 2019, Presidents Kagame and Museveni signed the MoU in Luanda, witnessed by the Angolan president Joao Lourenco in an effort to normalize relations between the two countries.


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