Three Kenyan Pastors have been arrested and released on Police bond in Masaka for illegal entry in Uganda.
Pastor Thomas Onyango Sedi, Jocinyer Achieng Olocho and Edward Mbuyi were picked up from Life Purpose Ministries church, which is found in Kumbu Estates of Masaka town.
Sam Tugume, the Masaka Immigrations officer says that the three pastors were picked up together with their children because they were found with forged passports.
He says one of the suspects had temporary travel documents, which expired and were not renewed.
He says that the immigration office is investigating more than 20 cases of foreigners from Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, who entered Masaka using forged passports.
He says that preliminary investigations indicate the Kenyans turned into born-again preachers, and settled in Masaka town for more than two months after their temporary passports expired.
Onyango Sedi ran in trouble after reports emerged in Masaka that he was expelled from Bukomansimbi trading centre, where he reportedly conned people of their money during the night players.
Moses Mwanga, the Masaka DPC says investigations are still ongoing on the suspects who are out on Police bond.