By Robert Segawa
Police has strongly urged parents and care takers to be very vigilant and ensure that they protect their children especially young girls as the festive season sets in.
Police reports indicate that defilement cases are on the rise since the the longest holiday in the schooling schedule stated.
Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, says in a space of one week four aggravated defilement cases have been reported.
Enanga adds that the first case was in Nansana Wakiso district where a four year old girl was defiled by one Deus Lubega who is now in Police custody. The second incident happened in Nakasongola district where 55 years old Otaye Lutamba defiled the 5 year old girl and was lynched to death by angry residents. In Mpigi central, a 6 years old girl was defiled by teenager while in Gomba a teenager defiled 3 years old baby.
Enanga says that that all the four children are admitted at Mulago hospital in a critical condition.
By Robert Ssegawa
Police has advised public places including bars, hotels, and places of worship have been advised put in place control measures to check all people who visit these places.
These are some of the security guidelines that have been issued today by police to Public places and beaches during this festive season.
Police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi has asked beach owners to demarcate areas for swimming and ensure there are guides and life jackets for people going for swimming.
A man has been remanded to Luzira prison for failing to clear a 3 million alcohol bill.
Ismael Serunjoji a resident of Nalya in Wakiso district appeared before City Hall court grade one magistrate where he denied the charge. Prosecution alleges that on the 31st of December 2015,Serunjogi together with some friends entered a bar called Diners lounge in Bukoto a Kampala suburb where they stayed up to the 2nd of January 2016 consuming alcohol but later failed to clear the bill.
He will appear again in court on 1st of February 2016 for hearing of his case.