The authorities in Uganda district of Rubanda in western Uganda have arrested at least 22 Rwanda and DR Congo nationals for illegal entry in the country.
The suspects were arrested on Wednesday this week while travelling on a bus to different destinations across the country.
According to police, over 70 illegal immigrants were intercepted by the rest took off under police watch as they tried to arrest them.
The group was suspected to be travelling work in different tea plantations in western districts of Kabarole and Kagadi were found without any identification documents like passports and government issued Identity cards of their respective countries.
Police said the suspects will be arraign in court and deported to their respective countries upon securing court documents.
This is the latest waves of arrests which has targeted Rwanda nations since this year began. The tension between the two countries have been growing day by day in the recent past.
Last weeks the court in Kadagi ordered for deportations of four Rwanda nationals who pleaded guilty to the charges of entering illegally.
In July 2, two buses were intercepted were intercepted with at least 72 illegal immigrants in western district of Kabale. They were later deported back to Rwanda causing uproars from Kigali government who accused the Kampala regime of mistreating their citizens.