Police is holding four Somalis for illegally entering the country.
The four are currently being held at Remera Police Station awaiting trial.
According to police, three of the arrested were nabbed earlier in the week at Gatuna boarder while one was arrested in Kigali.
A source at the entry point told The New Times, that the trio raised suspicion when they tried to bribe a bus conductor into getting them entry visas.
The source said that the trio told police that they proceeding to Burundi where they would catch a flight to Khartoum to pursue further studies.
One of those arrested was carrying a forged South African Passport.