Rwandan president His excellence Paul Kagame has deported two Ugandan nationals who have been staying in his country.
According to the letter from Rwanda National intelligence and security service under the directorate General of immigration and emigration dated 08/07/2019 under the heading
Notification of Deportation; reads in part
Date of deportation
The following persons from (Nationality)
Buwabwe Brian (Ugandan)
Waswa Abdul (Ugandan)
are deported from Rwanda within Reference to article 15 of the law no 04/2011 of 28/03/2011 on immigration and emigration in Rwanda and article 38, 39 of the ministerial order no. 02/01 of 31/05/2011 establishing Regulations and procedures of implementing immigration and emigration law.
The letter further reads that the directorate General of immigration and emigration has issued you with a deportation order and declared you a prohibited immigrant.
However Spyreports could not establish the cause of their deportation as it was not indicated on the immigration letter.
President Kagame first closed its borders with Uganda on February 28th 2019 because of politics where he accused Uganda of ignoring key issues that Kigali had raised including allegations that Uganda supports Rwandan dissidents hostile to Kigali, arrest and harassment of Rwandan citizens in Uganda and blocking of free movement of Rwandan goods.