The two have been widely quoted in discussions on Rwanda-Uganda relations as people who have continued to take part in activities aimed at undermining its security and seeking to destabilize it, through the organization they founded, the Self-Worth Initiative.
They are also accused of recruiting members to join Kayumba Nyamwasa’s RNC terrorist group, who are accused of being members of the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) and accused of being Rwandan spies.
In July this year, a Ugandan citizen took to court Sulah Nuwamanya, Prossy Bonabaana, and Godfrey Chebet, accusing them of defamation, when they informed the security services that he was a Rwandan spy that he had a gun and was imprisoned for nothing.
Henry Mugisha has filed a lawsuit alleging that they fabricated charges against him and was imprisoned, investigation revealed that he was innocent and released. The charges against him were crimes that could result in the death penalty or life imprisonment.
The betrayal began as they shared a business through Lloyd FX, Sulah Nuwamanya, and Prosy Bonabaana and Mugisha became its shareholders. Problems escalated when at a March 23, 2020 meeting, Mugisha asked them about the disappearance of $ 35,000 of the organization.
Those who broke into Mugisha’s office took the company’s financial statements, stole $ 2,500, and filed a lawsuit in court. Realizing that their actions were illegal, they began to threaten him that if he doesn’t stop the allegations, they would hand him over to the security services.
One who provided information to IGIHE said that when Mugisha filed a complaint with the CID, he was intimidated by Prossy Bonabaana because he had police guards given to him by Museveni.
A letter summons Nuwamanya, Bonabaana, and Thomas Sankara of September 7, 2020, urging them to report to the police on Monday, September 14, 2020, for questioning on suspicion.
One of the analysts pointed out that Nuwamanya and Bonabaana ‘are plundering the bad relationship between Rwanda and Uganda. They are jobless so what they do is threatening to slander Ugandans or Rwandans who are going to take advantage of it but of course they also have people from the CMI who are working with them,” he said.
Another one b said: “The police investigation department is investigating, they have identified them and that is why they have called them. Even in the security forces, they know that they were giving false information and imprisoning people. "
"These people could be imprisoned for years. The CMI is starting to realize that they have been misled a lot,” he said.
Sulah Nuwamanya became a journalist for The New Times Publications, studied in Rwanda, and has a Rwandan identity card, although she was a Ugandan, and came to the forefront of its security and persecution of Rwandans living in Uganda.
Sulah Nuwamanya works with RUD-Urunana who is assisting in the field of weapons, while Prossy is in charge of recruiting RNC members and withdrawing its members.