When the storm comes, there’s nothing it doesn’t shake.
House of Prayer church senior pastor Aloysius Bugingo who is embroiled in marital battles with his wife Teddy Naluswa is now facing investigations by the Internal Security Organization (ISO).
Bugingo who has suffered a torrent of criticism after he lodged a divorce petition in courts of law, seeking to annul his marriage with his wife of three decades.
ISO is however not interested in Bugingo’s marriage but his links with the Rwandan government.
Bugingo who hails from Masaka but is said to be of a Rwandese descent, is being probed to ensure his church is not a conduit of money used in criminal activities linked to the government of Rwanda in Ugandan territory.
Rwanda and Uganda have in the past months had rocky relationship, which forced the Kigali regime led by Paul Kagame to close the major border between the two countries at Gatuna.
Rwanda also issued a touch directive barring its citizens from crossing to Uganda.
Rwanda says Uganda harasses its citizens while in Uganda, accusations Kampala denies vehemently.
However, Kampala’s foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa has said his government is doing everything to normalize relations between the two countries. However in his statements and recent address to diplomats in Kampala, Kutesa almost stated that Rwandan security personnel were carrying out illegal activities bordering to terrorism, citing the killing of sheikh’s, and prominent people such as Prosecutor Joan Kagezi, Former police spokesman Andrew Felix Kaweesi and most recently Arua MP Ibrahim Abiriga.