A secondary school teacher in Kabale district has been arrested by the Police in connection with the defilement of a Primary Seven pupil.The suspect identified as David Kibonge a teacher at Rubanda High School was Friday morning picked by police
Police at Minzilo in Rakai district are holding a 30 year old man for defiling a three-year old girl. Modestar Kubwabwe, a resident of Kigazi Village, Minzilo Sub County in Rakai district, has been arrested for allegedly defiling a three-year old girl.
A father of six Geoffrey Rwishasha (54) has been sentenced to life imprisonment after court convicted him of aggravated defilement. Rwishasha was sentenced on Thursday by Masaka High Court. The court was presided over by Justice Margaret Oumo Oguli.
A 39-year-old man has been presented in court over defiling his then eight-year-old step daughter. The suspect Paul Mugerwa allegedly committed the crime in May 2011 at Mweru village, Butenga Sub County in Bukomansimbi district.
A 12 year-old girl on Monday night committed suicide after being defiled by her paternal uncle in Napak district, Karamoja sub region. Abura Atamuria hung herself at their home after she was defiled by Mariko Lokorochokou, an uncle.
Police in Bukomansimbi is looking for a 30 year old man who is believed to have eloped with a 13-year old girl. The man Monday Muzzi is thought to have had a sexual relationship with the 13-year old girl for some time now.
Iganga police are holding a pastor accused of defiling a 17-year-old girl during a healing prayer session. Pastor Martin Ssempa, of The Church of God Healing Centre located in Iganga on Tiptop Hall reportedly took advantage of a 17-year-old victim
Prosecution told court that Irankunda found the victim working in a garden of sweet potatoes and dragged her to the nearby eucalyptus tree plantation from where he defiled her. The defiler is said to have later on given 500 shillings to the victim in return for her silence. The victim, however, reported to her parents the matter who alerted police.
Prosecution led by the state prosecutor Peter Mugisha explained to Court that Namata had been provoked by the repeated abuse she had been subjected to by her father. Mugisha produced a charge and statement that showed that the deceased (Majwaala) had on several occasions abused Namata.