Police rescue 14 girls who were forced to sleep with dogs
Uganda Police officers made their way into a guest room and rescued 14 girls who were to engage in the act with dogs. The girls were found in a compromising situation while at Muyenga Hill guesthouse in Kampala.
The girls were being trained to conduct dirty acts, including engaging in the act with dogs and travel to European countries for unknown duties. Shockingly, the girls were below 14 years except one who was 19 years, and according to the law, the minors have not attained a level of being employed or travel to European countries without the knowledge of a parent or a guardian.
The incident was revealed by concerned residents in the Makindye division who happened to see the small girls come out of the house, they then reported them to the police officers who found the girls at Papaya Holiday home under the custody of a lady called Dorothy Ndagire who is known as an NGO worker in a company that collaborates with another in the United Kingdom. However, the company is not registered under the laws governing NGOs in Uganda.
The girls, including the 19-year-old S-6 girl, have refused to reveal where they come from, meanwhile, the custodian has been arrested as investigations are still going on.