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Police Call for Public Corporation in Homo Fight


Police has called upon the general public to always support it during homosexuality investigations 

SCP Fred Enanga the Police spokesperson called upon the general public to be ready to support the investigations when cases of homosexuality are reported at their stations.

According to Enanga, in many incidences of this evil act, many people come up with many allegations but at the end of the day, they fail to avail victims for Police to examine and interrogate them for further action.

“It is always important for the public to be ready to support the investigations when we have complaints and allegations of homosexuality” Enanga eluded, 

The Police mouthpiece made this call after encountering a slow collaboration of different parties in the PMM Girls School lesbianism saga that called for their attention late last week.

Police last week managed to prevail over angered parents who had raided the school and arrested a one Lydia Mukonda who was accused for alleged involvement and recruitment of students into lesbian activities.

In the weekly security briefing held at Police headquarters on Monday, Enanga told Journalists that their Police in Kawempe North and Nansana division arrested a teacher for aggravated defilement and sodomy and charged him in courts of law.

Police further revealed a one Derrick Pakcho a teacher at Home Kindergarten Busibante Najjera sexually molested a 16year old male juvenile on the 23rd of February after promising him a better job.

“According to our investigations Derrick transported this juvenile from Najjera up to Nabweru south 1 cell where they entered into a wall fenced house. Upon arrival the victim was surrounded by three other men who forcibly stripped him naked and sodomized him in turns, these where later joined by Derrick in the act” Enanga explained.

Police however thanked Nsumba Sulait the defense secretary of Busibante village for taking interest into this matter which later helped them arrest these suspects and also gather exhibits like the sex toys and the jelly used in these evil acts. Police also noted that efforts are in place to trace the other sex gang members that are on the run.

Derrick was charged in court on March 1st on charges of aggravated defilement and sexually grooming young boys into acts of sodomy.

Acts of homosexuality are continuing to be on the rise in the country an issue that has put religious leaders, school administrations, legislators and the general public at stake as the act is against African norms. 

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